History Music / Chevelle

5th Oct '17 9:32:26 AM bt8257
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* EpicRocking: ''Shot from a Cannon'', the last track on ''The North Corridor'', is a little over eight minutes long.

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* EpicRocking: ''Shot "Shot from a Cannon'', Cannon", the last track on ''The North Corridor'', is a little over eight minutes long.
5th Oct '17 9:25:57 AM bt8257
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* LighterAndSofter: "One Lonely Visitor" and "Bend The Bracket".

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* LighterAndSofter: "One Lonely Visitor" and "Bend The the Bracket".



* LoveMartyr: The protagonist of "Send The Pain Below" is a person who's being emotionally abused, but claims to like it, presumably because he's just used to it.

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* LoveMartyr: The protagonist of "Send The the Pain Below" is a person who's being emotionally abused, but claims to like it, presumably because he's just used to it.



* NotChristianRock: Caused some controversy due to the fact that they were briefly on a Christian label and the lyrics of some songs like "Grab Thy Hand". The band members are Christians, but Sam has said "None of us feels being a rock band on stage should be a pedestal for preaching".

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* NotChristianRock: Caused some controversy controversy, due to the fact that they were briefly on a Christian label label, and the lyrics of some songs like "Grab Thy Hand". The band members are Christians, but Sam has said "None of us feels being a rock band on stage should be a pedestal for preaching".
26th Sep '17 10:09:12 PM NWolfman
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* LoveMartyr: The protagonist of "Send The Pain Below" is a person who's being emotionally abused, but claims to like it, presumably because he's just used to it.
26th Sep '17 9:52:42 PM NWolfman
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** HarsherInHindsight as, a couple of albums later Joe would leave/be kicked out of Chevelle (depending on whose side of the story you listen to) on acrimonious terms, only to be replaced by Dean Bernardini - the Loefflers' brother-in-law. One can only imagine that makes for some awkward family reunions - if, in fact, there are any at all.
3rd Aug '17 1:45:16 AM bt8257
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With their second album, ''Wonder What's Next'' and its breakthrough singles, "The Red" and "Send the Pain Below", Chevelle achieved great mainstream success. If you listen to any Alternative music station regularly, you've probably heard several of their songs. The band's style features heavy, downtuned riffs, a driving rhythm section and Pete Loeffler's versatile singing, which can jump from a serene whisper to a shout in a moment's notice. Joe left the band in 2005 for disputed reasons and was replaced by Dean Bernardini, Pete and Sam's brother-in-law.

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With their second album, ''Wonder What's Next'' and its breakthrough singles, "The Red" and "Send the Pain Below", Chevelle achieved great mainstream success. If you listen to any Alternative music station regularly, you've probably heard several of their songs. The band's style features heavy, downtuned down-tuned riffs, a driving rhythm section and Pete Loeffler's versatile singing, which can jump from a serene whisper to a shout in a moment's notice. Joe left the band in 2005 for disputed reasons and was replaced by Dean Bernardini, Pete and Sam's brother-in-law.

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!!Tropes !'''''Tropes Off to the Bull:Bull''''':



* LongRunnerLineUp: [[LogicalExtreme Both line-ups qualify]]; the current one is a Type 2.



* MonsterClown: The video for "The Fad" has a gang of clowns kidnapping people and beating them up. Not enirely played straight, as the people were wrongdoers being taught a lesson and are freed afterwards. The "I Get It" video also has a clown in it.

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* MonsterClown: The video for "The Fad" has a gang of clowns kidnapping people and beating them up. Not enirely entirely played straight, as the people were wrongdoers being taught a lesson and are freed afterwards. The "I Get It" video also has a clown in it.
4th May '17 3:42:53 PM bt8257
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With their second album, ''Wonder What's Next'' and its breakthrough singles, "The Red" and "Send the Pain Below", Chevelle achieved great mainstream success. If you listen to any Alternative music station regularly, you've probably heard several of their songs. The band's style features heavy, down-tuned riffs, a driving rhythm section and Pete Loeffler's versatile singing, which can jump from a serene whisper to a shout in a moment's notice. Joe left the band in 2005 for disputed reasons and was replaced by Dean Bernardini, Pete and Sam's brother-in-law.

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With their second album, ''Wonder What's Next'' and its breakthrough singles, "The Red" and "Send the Pain Below", Chevelle achieved great mainstream success. If you listen to any Alternative music station regularly, you've probably heard several of their songs. The band's style features heavy, down-tuned downtuned riffs, a driving rhythm section and Pete Loeffler's versatile singing, which can jump from a serene whisper to a shout in a moment's notice. Joe left the band in 2005 for disputed reasons and was replaced by Dean Bernardini, Pete and Sam's brother-in-law.



** "Well Enough Alone" ''starts'' with an axe murder MetalScream, and it can easily scare the crap out of an unprepared listener... especially if you're listening to ''Vena Sera'' in order for the first time, where this track comes right after the subdued ending of "Saferwaters".

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** "Well Enough Alone" ''starts'' with an axe ax murder MetalScream, and it can easily scare the crap out of an unprepared listener... especially if you're listening to ''Vena Sera'' in order for the first time, where this track comes right after the subdued ending of "Saferwaters".



* MisanthropeSupreme: The speaker of "Safer Waters", who despises humanity so much he would like nothing more than to de-evolve and crawl back into the primordial ocean.

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* MisanthropeSupreme: The speaker of "Safer Waters", "Saferwaters", who despises humanity so much he would like nothing more than to de-evolve devolve and crawl back into the primordial ocean.



* NotChristianRock: Caused a whole controversy due to the fact that they were briefly on a Christian label and the lyrics of a few songs like "Grab Thy Hand". The band members themselves are Christians, but Sam has said "None of us feels being a rock band on stage should be a pedestal for preaching".

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* NotChristianRock: Caused a whole some controversy due to the fact that they were briefly on a Christian label and the lyrics of a few some songs like "Grab Thy Hand". The band members themselves are Christians, but Sam has said "None of us feels being a rock band on stage should be a pedestal for preaching".



* WordSaladLyrics: The lyrics are usually pretty oblique, although unlike Maynard James Keenan, Pete doesn't shy away from explaining what certain songs are about.

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* WordSaladLyrics: The lyrics are usually pretty oblique, although unlike [[Music/{{Tool}} Maynard James Keenan, Keenan]], Pete doesn't shy away from explaining what certain songs are about.
4th May '17 11:08:34 AM Magmortar75
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* AlternativeMetal: An example that (usually) leans a little more towards the "alternative" part, which explains their exclusion from the Metal index in the musicians page.

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* AlternativeMetal: An example that (usually) leans a little more towards the "alternative" part, which explains their exclusion from the Metal index in the musicians page.part. Their mid-2010s albums are heavier with stronger metal influences.



* DarkerAndEdgier: ''La Gárgola'', musically. The instruments often drown out Pete's vocals.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: They seem to have developed this in the mid-2010s. ''La Gárgola'', musically. The instruments often drown out Gárgola'' and ''The North Corridor'' present overall harder sounds than before, with Pete's vocals.vocals often being covered by instruments.



* EpicRocking: ''Shot from a Cannon'', the last track on ''The North Corridor'', is a little over eight minutes long.



* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: About a 6, with heavier songs like "Family System" and "The Fad" in the 7 area. ''La Gárgola'' is probably their heaviest work.

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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: About a 6, with heavier songs like "Family System" and "The Fad" in the 7 area. ''La Gárgola'' is probably their heaviest work.work, with ''The North Corridor'' being close.
16th Jan '17 9:15:57 AM bt8257
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* MadnessMantra: '''''SEEING RED AGAIN! SEEING RED AGAIN!'''''

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* MadnessMantra: '''''SEEING RED AGAIN! SEEING RED AGAIN! SEEING RED AGAIN! SEEING RED AGAIN! SEEING RED AGAIN! SEEING RED AGAIN! SEEING RED AGAIN!'''''
18th Jul '16 2:57:39 AM bt8257
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: ''Point #1'' is much more unpolished than later works, in part due to Steve Albini's production. Pete's vocals are also [[PerishingAltRockVoice different]] and the entire album has more of a debt to Music/{{Tool}}'s sound than succeeding albums.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: ''Point #1'' is much more unpolished raw than later works, in part due to Steve Albini's Music/SteveAlbini's production. Pete's vocals are also [[PerishingAltRockVoice different]] and the entire album has more of a debt to Music/{{Tool}}'s sound than succeeding albums.



* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: About a 6, with heavier songs like "Family System" and "The Fad" in the 7 area. ''La Gargola'' is probably their heaviest work.

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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: About a 6, with heavier songs like "Family System" and "The Fad" in the 7 area. ''La Gargola'' Gárgola'' is probably their heaviest work.
9th Jul '16 11:13:27 AM bt8257
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%%* ''The North Corridor'' (2016)

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%%* * ''The North Corridor'' (2016)
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