CHEVELLE: Video Footage From The Studio Posted Online

Chicago-based hard rock band CHEVELLE has entered a Nashville, Tennesse studio with producer Brian Virtue to begin recording its new album for a late 2009 release. The group said, "We have spent a lot of time making these songs something different from past records without losing the core of our passion. We are a hard rock, melodic band and it's still what drives us as musicians."

Watch video footage of some of the early recording sessions below.

CHEVELLE released its fourth major label album, called "Vena Sera", in April 2007. The first single from "Vena Sera" was called "Well Enough Alone". The band teamed with famed horror director Wes Craven for a contest in which fans could create their own video for the song. The winning clip was chosen by Craven.

CHEVELLE originally comprised three brothers: Pete (lead vocals, guitar), Sam (drums, percussion), and Joe Loeffler (bass, vocals). Joe left the band in 2005 and was replaced by Dean Bernardini.

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Since its formation, CHEVELLE has released four studio albums, one live album, and one DVD.

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