This is the debut album by Douglasville, GA's The Chariot. It was recorded completely live and overdub-free (as well as never being mastered), giving the album a very raw sound.
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Before There Was Atlanta, There Was Douglasville
Someday, in the Event That Mankind Actually Figures Out What it is That This World Revolves Around, Thousands of People are Going to Be Shocked and Perplexed to Find Out it Was Not Them. Sometimes, This Includes Me.
Dialogue With a Question Mark
Die Interviewer (I am Only Speaking in German)
And Then, Came Then
The Company, the Comfort, the Grave
The Bullet Never Lies, and Time Will Prove All Things (An Allegory of Unfaithful Jerusalem)
Yellow Dress: Locked Knees
If Wishes Were Horses, More Beggars Would Ride Them
4/5| Posted September 29, 2011
When the Chariot used to be on the Solid State records roster, they were probably one of the most unique bands. Their debut album proves that uniqueness as it is 28 minutes of pure insanity. Crunching guitars, brutal screams from Josh Scogin, and the fact that this entire album was recorded live and left unmastered gives this album a very raw feel. It's a very promising debut.