Chevelle has been one of my favorite bands for years now. Their Cd’s are well rounded, there no need to search for the skip button. Chevelle always delivers the vocals and the music to right along with it. Providing their fans with Cd’s that bring just what is expected.
Wonder Whats Next is possibly, in my opinion, one of the best Cd’s I have listened to. I love the fact that every song on there just feels like a hit.
Send the Pain Below from the Wonder Whats Next Cd. Delivering everything I look for in a song. Lyrics that where managed to be written perfectly and the melody that shows true emotion.
Closure from the Wonder Whats Next CD. Chevelle manages to hit the song dead on with soulful lyrics and pain that shines through.
The Clincher from the This Type of Thinking(Could do us In) CD . A song perfect for turning up the volume and get lost inside the message of the song.
Letter From a Thief from the Sci-Fi Crimes CD, their newest CD release came out in 2009. The song is a huge hit with Chevelle fans, although the CD has gotten mixed reviews since it has strayed so far from their original topics.
The Red from Wonder What’s Next CD. Such a catchy song, one that you can listen to and dissect the meaning.
Vitamin R ( Leading us Along) from This Type of Thinking (Could Do Us In) CD. The right amount of emotion is thrown into the vocals and music, showing true passion.
I Get It from the Vena Sera CD. A great example of Chevelle’s music, although the majority of their songs sound a lot a like. I Get It proves the strength they have behind the band.
Forfeit from the Wonder Whats Next CD. This song shows what happens when you know how to turn a whisper into a scream and have the lyrics to back it all up.
Comfortable Liar from the Wonder Whats Next CD. If you have not already noticed I am a lyrics lovers and this song says it all. Chevelle has, once again, given their fans one heck of a song to enjoy.
Still Running from This Type Of Thinking ( Could Do us In) CD. The power behind the song leaves me playing the song again and again. The guitar usage in Still Running plays great along side the vocals.