Summon The Demon: Charger Released A New Single

Charger

Charger has released the second track from their new album Warhorse entitled “Summon The Demon” The album, along with new merch and a limited edition 7”, are now available for pre-order on Pirates Press Records’ webstore and will be available in local record stores on March 18th, 2022.

The band says “We had a lot of fun writing this song, but we had one last idea we knew would take this song exactly where it needed to go, and luckily we knew just the guy to do it – our good buddy Jake Nunn from Hell Fire, and we were honored he agreed to help out. He absolutely killed it the day he came down to the studio and it was hands down one of the highlights of recording the Warhorse album.”

The powerhouse trio consists of McGee, Matt Freeman (Rancid, Operation Ivy) singing and playing bass, and Jason Willer (UK Subs, Jello Biafra’s Guantanamo School of Medicine) who drums and sings too.

After months of being locked away writing new songs, the band went into Atomic Garden Studios in Oakland for two weeks to record, Warhorse is the follow-up to the band’s previous releases on Pirates Press Records – their debut self-titled EP and two singles “Watch Your Back” and “Stay Down.”

Formed in 2018, Charger was very much a musical challenge between a few lifers in the punk scene who wanted to push each other to dig deep into their shared roots, influences, and musical passions, to create something truly exciting. As a result, Charger’s music feels indebted to the giants, but not reliant on them. There is plenty of space for growth and innovation within this decades-old blueprint of how to make someone’s heart race and blood pump.

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