Entertainment One (eOne) Music will release a limited-edition vinyl repressing of One Wing, the fifth and final studio album from hardcore unit, The Chariot. Initially released in 2012 through eOne and Good Fight Music, One Wing was described by the band as being their “weirdest” release to date. Rock Sound championed a, “ruthless, heartbreaking, and agonizingly profound release from a truly unrivalled band,” Kerrang crowned One Wing a, “weird, unconventional and utterly thrilling classic,” while All Music wrote, “On One Wing, The Chariot avoids the pitfalls that have caught up many a band, striking just the right balance between technique and raw fury to create a sound that is both emotionally and intellectually satisfying.” The critically lauded offering served as the band’s highest-charting album of their career debuting at number 85 on the Billboard 200 upon its first week of release.
Post-hardcore supergroup The Fever 333, featuring members of letlive. and The Chariot have booked additional tour dates including Musink Festival and Carolina Rebellion. More tour dates to be announced soon. Continue reading
In a post to social media earlier this week, former letlive. Singer Jason Butler announced a new supergroup/ art project, The Fever, which includes Stephen “Stevis” Harrison (ex-The Chariot) on guitar and Aric Improta (Night Verses) on drums. Although details were sparse, Ghost Cult has more info below:Continue reading
Reformed Floridian rocker-badasses Devil Gone Public have partnered with Ghost Cult today to premiere their new video for the single ‘Blood Debt’. The track comes from their forthcoming debut album, Smokehound, due later in 2016. You can watch the video at this link or below:
Commenting on the album, frontman Garrett Moore said “This album comes from a culmination of our various musical backgrounds and influences, having grown up on Classic Rock, our roots are deep in Rock N’ Roll and that has a lot to do with our style and sound. When we set out to create this album with Rob Caldwell, we knew we wanted to write a heavy, groovy, sludgy metal record and spent a lot of time trying different tones and worked hard to make it something we’re all proud of.”
Produced by Rob Caldwell (Iron Reagan, Goatwhore), Smokehound saw Devil Gone Public also tapped Jake Duncan (Maylene and the Sons of Disaster) to lay down guest guitar parts on the album. The band plays a frenetic mix that calls to mind Every Time I Die meets Lamb Of God meets The Chariot. Before reforming the bands star was rising under the watchful eye of mentors like Brian Johnson (AC/DC) Scotti Hill (Skid Row), and Donald ‘Duck’ Dunn (Booker T, The Blues Brothers).
Devil Gone Public is:
Garrett Moore – Lead Vocals
Red – Guitar
James Hyde – Bass/ Vocals
Brandon Thrift – Drums
Austin Bowman – Guitar