Multi-platinum Epic Records recording artists Chevelle had its new album Sci-Fi Crimes debut at #6 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart and at #3 on the digital albums chart.  Their previous best chart entry was 2004’s This Type Of Thinking (Could Do Us In) which entered at #8.

The band’s first single from their new album “Jars” is a top ten smash at modern rock radio.

Chevelle continues a national headlining tour in support of the album’s release.

Sci-Fi Crimes is the follow up 2007’s smash album Vena Sera. The Chicago-based trio spent seven weeks co-producing Sci-Fi Crimes with Brian Virtue (Jane’s Addiction, 30 Seconds to Mars, Deftones) in Nashville, Tennessee.
Formed in 1995, the Chicago-based band has remained a staple in the rock scene with six Top 5 Modern Rock hits under their belt, including the #1 songs “Send the Pain Below” and “Vitamin R (Leading Us Along)” as well as fan favorites, “The Red” and “The Clincher”. The band is made up of Pete Loeffler (vocals, guitars), brother Sam Loeffler (drums), and brother-in-law Dean Bernardini (bass).

CHEVELLE – SCI-FI CRIMES TOUR DATES

Friday, September 25                Charlotte, NC / Amos’ Southend

Sunday, September 27              North Myrtle Beach, SC / House of Blues

Wednesday, September 30        Richmond, VA / The National

Saturday, October 3                  Mobile, AL / Bayfest Downtown

Tuesday, October 6                   Omaha, NE / Sokol Auditorium

Wednesday, October 7              West Des Moines, IA / Val Air Ballroom

Friday, October 9                      Maplewood, MN / The Rock

Saturday, October 10                Milwaukee, WI / The Rave

Thursday, October 22                San Antonio, TX / AT&T Center

Friday, October 23                    Grand Prairie, TX / Nokia Theatre

Saturday, October 24                Houston, TX / KTBZ “Buzzfest”

Monday, October 26                  El Paso, TX / Club 101

Tuesday, October 27                 Tempe, AZ / The Marquee

Thursday, October 29                Las Vegas, NV / House of Blues

Friday, October 30                    Anaheim, CA / House of Blues

Saturday, October 31                Los Angeles, CA / Club Nokia

Monday, November 2                San Francisco, CA / The Regency Center – Grand Ballroom

Wednesday, November 4           Magna, UT / The Great Saltair

Thursday, November 5               Denver, CO / The Fillmore Auditorium

Saturday, November 7               Oklahoma City, OK / Diamond Ballroom

Sunday, November 8                 Wichita, KS / Cotillion Ballroom

Tuesday, November 10              Sioux Falls, SD / Ramkota Exhibit Hall

Wednesday, November 11         Kansas City, MO / Uptown Theatre

Thursday, November 12             Springfield, MO / Shrine Mosque

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