|Origin||Potomac, Maryland, USA|
|Years active||1996–2002, 2014|
Tee Pee Records
|Associated acts||The Obsessed
The Hidden Hand
Place of Skulls
|Past members||Scott Weinrich
Scott "Wino" Weinrich formed Spirit Caravan after the breakup of The Obsessed. The remainder of the band consisted of Dave Shermann (formerly of Wretched) on bass and vocals; and Gary Isom (formerly of Unorthodox) on drums. Weinrich credits them for encouraging him to join the band and become active musically again, after he had abandoned his music career. The band was originally entitled Shine, and they released a demo and 7" under this name. They were forced to change to the band's name when another band of the same name threatened legal action. They changed their name to Spirit Caravan, after an Obsessed song. The band had a lyrical emphasis on spirituality (though not necessarily religion) and global politics. The band split up in 2002.
After the band's demise, Weinrich joined Place of Skulls and founded The Hidden Hand. After The Hidden Hand's demise in 2007, Weinrich rejoined the reactivated Saint Vitus. Sherman went on to found the band Earthride. Isom joined Internal Void, Pentagram, Valkyrie and Nitroseed.
Their song "Dove-Tongued Aggressor" was featured on the Tony Hawk's American Wasteland soundtrack.
- "Lost Sun Dance" 7" (as Shine) (1998 Tolotta Records)
- Dreamwheel CDEP/10"EP (1999 MeteorCity Records)
- "Darkness and Longing" 7" split with Sixty Watt Shaman (1999 Tee Pee Records)
- "So Mortal Be" 7" (2002 Tolotta Records)
- "Lost Sun Dance" (as Shine) on Stoned Revolution - The Ultimate Trip CD/2LP (1998 Drunken Maria Records)
- "Powertime" (as Shine) on Metal Injection CD (1998 Bad Posture Records)
- "The Departure" on Rise 13 CD (1999 Rise Above Records)
- "Wicked World" on Sucking the 70's 2CD (2002 Small Stone Records)
- "Dove-Tongued Aggressor," "No Hope Goat Farm" and "Re-Alignment/Higher Power" on ...And Back to Earth Again 3CD (2007 MeteorCity Records)