Chicago-based trio CHEVELLE will release a new DVD entitled "Any Last Words?" on January 11, 2011. The set will contain footage from the band's 10th-anniversary shows, which were a sold-out, two-night celebration (October 28-29) of CHEVELLE's 10 years in music at the Metro in Chicago. The DVD will also include a CD of the show.
Pre-order the new DVD before November 19 and have your name be included in a special "thank you" in the DVD packaging.
To pre-order "Any Last Words?", fans can visit Chevelleinc.com and while there, get an exclusive look at the cover art for the new DVD which was designed by CHEVELLE bassist Dean Bernardini. Producing the DVD will be Frankie Nasso (MUDVAYNE, ALL THAT REMAINS, HELLYEAH) of Nova Entertainment, who previously worked with CHEVELLE on the "Shameful Metaphors" clip (see below).
"Shameful Metaphors" is the third single off CHEVELLE's most recent release, "Sci-fi Crimes", which debuted at No. 6 on Billboard's Rock Chart, the highest entry on the chart for the band. "Sci-fi Crimes" produced two top 10 singles in "Jars" and "Letter From a Thief". "Jars" peaked on the Hot Mainstream Rock Chart at No. 2 while "Letter From a Thief" peaked at No. 5.
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