During time off, band will head back to the studio.
CHICAGO, IL Thursday Dec.23.2004 /netmusiccountdown.com/ --
Chevelle just played their last show of 2004 and will now spend some time at home in Chicago before hitting the road again in January on the SnoCore tour. So what will the trio of brothers being doing in the meantime? Heading into the studio.
Drummer Sam Loeffler tells MTV.com, "We're going to be doing a whole lot in our studio. We want to record a live version of 'The Clincher' to send to radio stations along with the album version."
Sam also reveals that his brother, Chevelle frontman Pete, plans to make a solo album. Says Sam, "Pete is going to do his own record. He's got seven to 10 acoustic songs already written, and it's really cool. Some of them are songs Pete originally wrote as Chevelle songs, but he figured that they'd be better off as intimate acoustic ones."
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