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Va-room! Chevelle takes off

02:36 AM Wednesday 2/5/03 | |

Chevelle are set to put a few clicks on the odometer this spring. The Chicago-based trio set off on a road trip through April, trading in the sights of the Grand Canyon and Mount Rushmore for the dim insides of clubs from sea to shining sea.

The tour marks Chevelle's first headlining outing in support of their sophomore album, Wonder What's Next. The disc was released last fall, three years after their debut Point #1, and was recently certified gold - a testimony to their dedicated fanbase.

Those who've picked up Wonder What's Next and haven't thrown the disc into their CD-ROM drive yet are in for a treat. The album is an access key to goodies from the band including home footage from the studio, the making of the video for "The Red," photos and other stuff.

Last year saw Chevelle making up for lost time. After a two-year absence from touring and three years between albums, they hit the road running. First came a support slot with Local H, then they rocked with the best at Ozzfest over the summer. The band wrapped the year supporting Stone Sour.

Trust Company, Pulse Ultra, 30 Seconds To Mars and others support Chevelle on the new dates, which stretch into the beginning of March. Then, from March 6, Chevelle join Disturbed, Taproot, and Unloco on the Music As A Weapon tour.

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