New CHEVELLE CD Coming Before End Of Year
According to The Pulse Of Radio, CHEVELLE will make a return to the scene before the year closes out, with the band announcing via Facebook that a new album will arrive on December 6, with a single set to hit radio on October 10. The band posted a statement which read, "Hey everybody. 'Face To The Floor' will officially be our first single, and it will be released October 10th to radio. We are also releasing the record on December 6th and we are looking forward to finally playing some new music on tour. We are working on a video concept right now and we will hopefully have it finished in a few weeks."
The post did not indicate a title for the record, which will follow up 2009's "Sci-Fi Crimes".
Drummer Sam Loeffler also hinted at a collaboration with a female vocalist for one song on the album, but did not say that was happening for sure.
The trio will also have a song on the soundtrack of "Underworld Awakening", the upcoming fourth film in the vampire/werewolf series, which arrives in January.
CHEVELLE will head out on the road with BUSH and FILTER starting on Tuesday (September 27) in San Diego, wrapping up one month later on October 28 in San Antonio.
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