CHEVELLE Begins Recording New Album

Epic recording artists CHEVELLE have entered the studio to begin recording the highly anticipated follow-up to 2004's gold-selling album, "This Type of Thinking (Could Do Us In)". The yet-to-be-titled disc is tentatively scheduled for a spring 2007 release.

The new CHEVELLE album will be produced by Michael "Elvis" Baskette, who the band previously worked with on both "This Type of Thinking (Could Do Us In)" and 2003's platinum-selling release, "Wonder What's Next". Tentative songtitles include "Humanoid", "Straight Jacket Fashion" and "One Cell". The new album will also mark the recording debut of bassist Dean Bernardini, who joined the band during last year's tour.

"This Type of Thinking (Could Do Us In)" entered Billboard's Top 200 at #8 and went gold in just six short weeks. The first single, "Vitamin R (Leading Us Along)", shot to No. 1 on Billboard's Active Rock chart and its companion video garnered airplay on MTV, MTV2 and Fuse. Second single "The Clincher" appeared on EA Sports' top-selling video game Madden NFL 2005 and hit top 10 on Billboard's Active Rock chart. Over the course of the months following the album’s release, the band did an arena tour with KORN, appeared on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno", were featured on CNN, headlined the SnoCore Tour and recently wrapped a string of dates with NICKELBACK.


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