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Listen To Wolfshark’s New Single, “Fireproof”

To make your weekend kickoff even better, we at UTG have teamed up with Michigan party-metal group Wolfshark to debut their newest single called “Fireproof.” The track showcases the band’s heavy side with the additional raucous, party style sound element, making it a track that needs to be immediately added to your weekend party playlist. […]

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’68 Release Illusion-Filled Music Video For “Track 5”

Today, ’68, the newest project from former The Chariot frontman Josh Scogin, has released a new music video for their song “Track 5: E” — which premiered on Alternative Press. The track comes off their superb debut album, In Humor And Sadness, which features a somewhat post-grunge sound that is unlike Scogin’s previous works. The […]

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’68 Releases Documentary for ‘In Humor and Sadness’

In true rock and roll fashion, ’68 have released the first part of a documentary which revolves around their full-length debut, In Humor and Sadness. The album releases a week from today, and can still be pre-ordered online. Ever wanted to know what frontman Josh Scogin’s favorite color is? What about his favorite cuisine? Those […]

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UTG TV: Josh Scogin of ’68 Chats About ‘In Humor and Sadness’

Josh Scogin believes in the human element of music, despite the fact that the world is now run by robots. He’s actually under the impression that rock and roll was meant to be performed by individuals with intuition. I think he’s out of his mind, but to each his own. When The Chariot completed their […]

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WEEKLY WAX: Vinyl Releases For The Week Of 5/25-5/31

Welcome back to Weekly Wax! Essential pick-ups in the vinyl world this week included the debut album from Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties, the new solo project from Dan Campbell of The Wonder Years, the long-awaited sophomore album from Dikembe, and the new reissue of Glassjaw‘s classic, Worship and Tribute. If you have a […]

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’68 Announce Debut Album, Upcoming Summer Tour

Since The Chariot called it quits last summer, former frontman Josh Scogin has been very actively promoting his newest project, ’68. So far, the outfit has released a handful of stellar live clips, recently wrapped up a tour alongside Chiodos and Emarosa, and earlier in the week, elaborated on their plans for the future. According […]

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REVIEW: ’68 – ‘Midnight’

Artist: ’68 Album: Midnight Genre: Rock, Hardcore, Grunge Label: Unsigned Contrary to popular belief, rock and roll music never quite died; it’s more that utterly terrible music wrongfully snatched the spotlight away and called itself rock. Yes, there have been several bands that have sprung up to fight the good fight (and have done a […]

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MUSIC VIDEO: Rebuker – “Death & Taxes”

For those who aren’t familiar with Rebuker, here’s your chance to right that wrong by checking out the Georgia hardcore outfit’s brand new music video for “Death & Taxes” after the jump. Featuring live footage from multiple shows (including a clip of their manager, ex-The Chariot frontman Josh Scogin, joining them on stage), the visuals […]

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Josh Scogin (ex-The Chariot) Premieres New Project

Well it didn’t take long for this to happen. Within less than a month of the final The Chariot show in Douglasville, Georgia, it looks as if the band’s former frontman, Josh Scogin, has already made steps towards new musical avenues with his new project, ’68. This news broke out via live performance video that […]

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EDITORIAL: This is a Celebration – Some Parting Thoughts on a Band Called The Chariot

Call it weird, but there was always this part of me that had known deep down inside that One Wing would be The Chariot’s final album. Yes, this Douglasville-based act had already released four prior albums as well as a label-released demo EP [talk about an oxymoron], but it wasn’t until that summer in 2012 […]

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Josh Scogin Explains Why The Chariot Decided To Break Up

In many cases, bands simply refuse to disclose the reasons for their untimely end. Sometimes it could be because of personal issues, and other times it’s merely for the sake of remaining ambiguous to their followers. But luckily, neither is the case for Atlanta’s The Chariot. You see, Josh Scogin recently spoke with Alternative Press […]

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The Chariot Announce Farewell Tour Dates

Late last week, the music community was turned on its head with the devastating news that after a decade of melting faces, The Chariot had decided to throw in the towel. Conversely, earlier today the group released the full list of dates for their farewell tour, which can be viewed in full after the jump. […]