Chevelle is going to the looking glass for its current tour, supporting Breaking Benjamin.
“We have these massive mirrors that sort of give like an infinity look,” said Pete Loeffler, the band’s lead singer and guitarist. “We’re stepping up our stage look quite a bit. This is actually only half of it. We built a whole new look for this tour, and then we couldn’t use it all, which happens from time to time, but we’ll use it later on in the year when we go out to do our own headliners, and so we’ll actually have two looks this year which is funny because we don’t have a new album out yet but we stepped up the production to give people something to look forward to and to look deep into their souls as they listen to these old tracks.”
Chevelle will be pulling a song or two from each of its, albums including its latest”12 Bloody Spies: B-Sides and Rarities.”
“It was a little interesting, because some of them I hadn’t heard in so long and they were recorded many years ago, so it was one of those things where you go back and re-listen and you’re, like, ‘Oh, man, do we need to remix this stuff at this point,’ and then we decided, ‘Nah, it’s just a moment in time; let’s put it out the way it is,” Loeffler said.
Loeffler wrote 20 songs for an upcoming album and eight are recorded.