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Anyone expecting The Chariot’s One Wing to be a typical metalcore screamfest is in for a rude shock. Five albums into its recording career, the Georgia combo shows the confidence to flout convention by fusing blistering thrash with probing Christian lyrics and unexpected arrangement twists. Movie-soundtrack excerpts, ukulele strums, quotes from previous albums, and other left-field touches are all part of the band’s sonic strategy. Frontman Josh Scogin exceeds his own high standards for crazed vocalizing with palpable abandon. His comrades support him with a warrior’s blazing spirit even as they negotiate quick rhythmic shifts and dramatic mood changes. “First” is a frenetic assault that turns into an austere Western-themed soundscape worthy of a Sergio Leone gunslinger epic. “Your” (featuring Angela Plake’s pristine vocals) and “Cheek” (framing an audioclip from Charlie Chaplin’s The Great Dictator) likewise toss in curveballs to provocative effect. Along with such quirky interludes are plenty of ear-mauling eruptions, with “Not” and “Tongues” delivering especially telling blows.

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I pooped my pants!!!!

Seriously, with screamo/ hardcore music starting to get played out and everything sounds the same; The Chariot bring something new everytime. Its like jazz on meth. The complexity and raw emotion make The Chariot one of the best bands out there in the scene. Every album, every song is a winner. The Chariot are the new One Direction. Disney should give them their own show.

Amazing, but not a crowd pleaser

For this album, the chariot really stepped's unlike anything they've done and some fans might not like it, but, like all chariot albums, the more you immerse yourself into the hidden meanings and lyrics, the more you grow to love it. Their style of praising God is unmatched and their sense of freedom is purely astounding. Long live The Chariot.


This album and ever album they have ever made is absolutely amazing! Oh, just to let you know. I bought this album twice.


Formed: 2004 in Douglasville, GA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Atlanta-based post-hardcore/alternative metal act the Chariot is a showcase for singer Josh Scogin. Formerly frontman for the popular Christian nu-metallers Norma Jean (originally known as Luti-Kriss, before Dirty South rapper Ludacris eclipsed their limited popularity), Scogin left Norma Jean for undisclosed personal reasons in 2003, following the release of their second album. Largely dispensing with the rap-rock and nu-metal aspects of Norma Jean in favor of a punkier metalcore direction, Scogin...
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