The Chariot Halfway Done with New Album ‘One Wing’

by | May 16, 2012

The Chariot are currently in an Atlanta studio with Matt Goldman, and are more than halfway done tracking their next album One Wing.

“The last couple of records we’ve done, we’ve recorded them song-by-song as opposed to most of the time when bands record they do all of the drums, all the bass, all the guitars, etc,” frontman Josh Scogin told Altpress.com. “Doing it song-by-song, it’s just easier and more fluid for us—more natural. Other than vocals, we’re all the way done, so we’re actually more than halfway done with the record. We’ve only got a couple more tracks to do so I don’t know what we’re gonna do with all the extra time.”

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