Can you please introduce yourself and your role in The Chariot?
My name is wolf and I play bass in The Chariot. Wolf is a nickname from my previous job as a mascot. Not because I think I’m tough.
Your latest album, Wars And Rumors Of Wars, came out in May of 2009. What have you been doing in the past year to support the album?
We’ve been doing support tours into our headliner which we are on now, Tours and Rumors of Tour, Tour.
How do you feel Wars And Rumors Of Wars is different than other material The Chariot has released?
Wars in my opinion is more well rounded than any of our other records. The song structure is more dynamic which gives each song life without the other songs around it. I like it.
What can we expect from The Chariot in 2010?
Well, This Tour. Tours and Rumors of Tour, Tour which extends into Europe. Then we will be writing and recording to release a record most likely by the end of 2010
Being a Christian band, how has being a Christian influenced your music and your life in general?
Saying we are a christian band sounds silly to me. My relationship with Jesus is my everything, so I guess after this band I hope to be a christian dad, own a christian car, and maybe even be a christian mascot again. But in the band, we are all christians, and every lyric, and every show is for Jesus.
You guys are currently on tour with Greeley Estates, Inhale/Exhale, Memphis May Fire, and The Color Morale, how is that tour going so far?
It’s is going well! Right now I am icing my knee from something that happened during the show last night. All I know is that I can feel my heart beating in my knee, and that is not good.
How did you get started playing music?
I started playing drums in 5th grade, played machinehead by bush in the 6th grade talent show, and the rest is history. Haha
What are some of your overall goals for The Chariot?
My goal for The Chariot is to not expect anything, but rather let it be what its suppose to be and enjoy the ride.
Any last words for our readers?
Bands are made up of people, and people should never be put on a pedestal. What is this band other than an opportunity to point to something worth praising? Nothing.