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Below is our complete The Chariot news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
Lawrence, KS' THE ESOTERIC continue their non-stop touring in support of the critically acclaimed With The Sureness Of Sleepwalking with a stint on the east coast run of the Van's Warped Tour. The band will be appearing on the East Coast Independent Stage starting August 4th in Jacksonville, FL. The dates will be followed by an appearance on this years edition of Hellfest and a round of dates supporting Every Time I Die when they will be replacing The Chariot. Their video for Ram-Faced Boy continues to receive solid support from Fuse Metal Asylum and MTV2's Headbanger's Ball programs.
Here are the tour dates: More...
The first batch of dates for the upcoming Every Time I Die, High On Fire, The Red Chord, and The Chariot tour have been disclosed. Here's the latest:
9/7 Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
9/8 New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
9/9 Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
9/10 Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre Of Living Arts
9/12 Towson, MD @ Recher Theatre
9/13 Richmond, VA @ Alley Katz
9/15 Nashville, TN @ Rocketown
9/16 Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
9/17 Tampa, FL @ Masquerade
The first batch of dates for the Everytime I Die, High on Fire, The Red Chord, The Chariot tour have been revealed:
Sept. 07 Poughkeepsie, NY The Chance
Sept. 08 New York City, NY Irving Plaza
Sept. 09 Worcester, MA The Palladium
Sept. 10 Philadelphia, PA TLA
Sept. 12 Towson, MD Recher Theatre
Sept. 13 Richmond, VA Alley Katz
Sept. 15 Nashville, TN Rocketown
Sept. 16 Atlanta, GA Masquerade Atlanta
Sept. 17 Tampa, FL Masquerade Tampa
Every Time I Die are rumored to be gearing up to hit the road with The Chariot and The Red Chord for a late summer jaunt together. Every Time I Die's new album "Gutter Phenomenon" will hit stores through Ferret on August 23rd
Fear Before The March of Flames new video for the song "Should Have Stayed In The Shallows" from the album, Art Damage has been premiered online at Yahoo! Music. It was filmed in the same basement as the movie Fight Club.
Fear Before The March of Flames is on tour now with Underoath, The Chariot, and Hopesfall. Here are the tour dates: More...
Spitfire are set to play their "comeback" show on February 28th at Club Live in Virginia Beach, VA. Also performing will be The Chariot, As Cities Burn, and Everything Falls Together. The group's current lineup includes original members Chris Raines, Matt Beck, and Jon Spencer (Scarlet), in addition to Dan Tulloh (Scarlet) and Scottie Henry (Norma Jean). Meanwhile, they hope to record some new material in the near future.
Dates continue to surface for Underoath's upcoming tour with Fear Before The March Of Flames and The Chariot. The tour will run from March 27th until May 13th, and will also feature Hopesfall (Mar. 27-April 19) and These Arms Are Snakes (April 19-May 13). The following dates have been confirmed thus far:
3/27 Dallas TX @ The Door
3/28 Houston TX @ Engine Room
3/29 San Antonio TX @ White Rabbit
3/31 Tempe AZ @ Marquee Theatre
4/1 Las Vegas NV @ Jillian's
4/2 Los Angeles CA @ Henry Fonda Theatre
4/3 San Diego CA @ Soma
4/4 Anaheim CA @ House of Blues
4/6 Sacramento CA @ Colonial Theatre
4/7 San Francisco CA @ Slim'sBuy tickets
4/8 San Jose CA @ Barret Ballroom
4/10 Portland OR @ Meow Meow
4/11 Seattle WA @ El Corazon
4/13 Boise ID @ The Big Easy
4/14 Salt Lake City UT @ Lo Fi Café
4/15 Denver CO @ Cervantes
Dates have been announced for March's Throwdown, The Chariot, It Dies Today, and Cold War tour. The tour dates so far are as folows:
3/3 New Haven CT @ Toad's Place
3/4 New York NY @ Knitting Factory
3/5 Albany NY @ Saratoga Winners
3/6 Syracuse NY @ The Furnace
3/7 Cleveland OH @ Agora Ballroom
3/8 Detroit MI @ Shelter at St. Andrews
3/9 Indianapolis IN @ Bubbas Bowling
3/10 Milwaukee WI @ Rave 2
3/11 West Dundee IL @ Clearwater Theater
3/12 St. Louis MO @ Creepy Crawl
3/13 Kansas City MO @ El Torreon
3/14 Denver CO @ Rock Island
3/16 Las Vegas NV @ Roadhouse Casino
3/17 Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
3/18 Los Angeles CA @ Whisky A Go Go
guitarist Tony "Taco" Medina and drummer Jeff Carter recently left The Chariot on good terms. According to the band, "Both have said that it was time for them to move on. Taco is now married, and Jeff had mentioned some things about wanting to settle down." The band has subsequently announced the addition of Cool Hand Luke's Mark Nicks (drums) and Brian Khounvichit (guitar) as replacements.
HM Magazine have tallied votes by readers who chose their favorite musical acts from 2004.
HM Magazine Readers' Poll 2004 winners (look for the list of runner-ups in the March/April issue of HM Magazine, sometime in late February):
Favorite Band: Demon Hunter
Favorite Live Show: Blindside
Favorite Album: "Summer of Darkness," Demon Hunter
Favorite Song: "Not Ready To Die," Demon Hunter
Favorite New Band: The Chariot
Favorite Indie Band: Disciple
Favorite Singer: Christian Lindskog, Blindside
Favorite Guitarist: Jason Truby, P.O.D.
Favorite Bassist: Traa Daniels, P.O.D.
Favorite Drummer: Jordan Mancino, As I Lay Dying
Favorite Lyricist: Andrew Schwab, Project 86
Favorite Album Cover: Summer of Darkness, Demon Hunter
Favorite Article: "Underoath Tour Journal," David Allen
Underoath have dropped off the remainder of their headlining tour with Stretch Arm Strong and The Chariot. Here's a statement from the band:
"We're really sorry to announce that the Underoath is not playing the Columbus show tonight and the rest of the headline shows this tour. We feel terrible to do this to all our friends that were expecting to see us, but we must go home to help a friend through a problem. Please still go out to the shows and support the amazing bands we were touring with."
The remaining tour dates will go on as scheduled and Underoath will be back on the road on October 9th, which marks the beginning of their upcoming tour with Coheed and Cambria.