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You might not expect an injection of such lighthearted fare on a Chevelle album, but it certainly is no crime. In fact, after such blistering material on 2007's Vena Sera, it almost seemed proper to tackle less weighty subjects such as apparitions, conspiracy theories, and erratic sleeping conditions. Sci-Fi Crimes, the hard rock trio's fifth album, isn't so much a change of pace as it is a change in source material from which to draw the group's fiercely dynamic sound. Experiences in the lives of the band made it easy for lead man Pete Loeffler to boldly go in a new direction with his songwriting. Take "Highland's Apparition," for instance, which is based on a spooky occurrence at a haunted house, or "Roswell's Spell," inspired by a visit to the UFO Museum in New Mexico. Other songs are less off the wall and more right on target. First single "Jars" explores the down side of "going green" in typical Chevelle style. "Letter from a Thief" is perhaps the most personal tale on the album, written about an incident when the band's equipment was stolen during a tour stop. Let's just say the experience hasn't yet been forgiven and forgotten. This is most certainly the same band that draws frequent comparisons to Tool, with its crunchy guitar attack and Loeffler's unforgettable vocal delivery. But it's their ability to pull off such flippant tales with their characteristic punch that gives Sci-Fi Crimes a humanizing appeal not found on their previous records.

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Chevelle never disappoints.

I've been a huge huge Chevelle fan from the beginning and while this doesn't top 2002's Wonder What's Next, it isn't far behind. Heres my song by song quick rating list: 1. Sleep Apnea - 11/10 - Best.Chevelle.Song.Ever. If I had to pick one from their entire library to represent their best work, this would be it... 2. Mexican Sun - 8/10 3. Shameful Metaphors - 9.5/10 - My second favorite song on the album. 4. Jars - 8.5/10 - The first single released and its pretty solid. 5. Fell Into Your Shoes - 7.5/10 - Low point of the album for me. 6. Letter from a Thief - 8/10 7. Highland's Apparition - 8/10 8. Roswell's Spell - 8.5/10 - Some great new sounds mixed with vintage Chevelle. 9. Interlewd - N/A - Not much to say here. 10. A New Momentum - 8/10 11. This Circus - 8.5/10 - Great way to close the album.. Absolute Must Buys: Sleep Apnea, Shameful Metaphors Recommended: Jars, Roswell's Spell, This Circus Final Rating: 4.5/5 - This IS Chevelle's 2ND best album.

Hands down the best Chevelle album

The album starts out with that hard riff from Pete and it never stops from there. From the beginning you can already tell that Chevelle has changed their style, but they still rock just as hard and they've really changed for the better. There is less screaming on this album compared to past albums, but Pete's vocals really make this cd, along with the great guitar riffs and there are even a couple solos which are non existant on past albums. Sam hits the drums harder than ever and Dean really has helped to make this a better band with his ability on bass. The lyrics are very meaningful and this album brings out so many emotions in me. It fits every mood. Buy this album, you will not be disappointed. This really is their best cd.


this album restores my faith in rock.


Se formó en: 1995 en Chicago, IL

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Inspirados por los riffs tambaleantes de Helmet y el estilo vocal suave/fuerte de Tool, el sonido agresivo y pesado del trío de Chicago Chevelle se basa en la acumulación de tensión hasta explotar en crudos estallidos de guitarra. En 1999, la banda lanzó su álbum debut, producido por Steve Albini, Point #1, para Squint Entertainment. Tres años después –y luego de giras con bandas como Filter, Sevendust, Powerman 5000 y Machine Head– la banda firmó contrato con Epic y editó Wonder What's Next,...
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