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In 1995, Chevelle was formed as a trio with drummer SamLoeffler on drums, his brother Pete Loeffler on lead vocals and guitar, and Matt Scott on bass. Scott lasted less than a year and was replaced by a third Loeffler brother, Joe, in 1996. Together, these three released the band's debut album "Point #1" in 1999. Often described as indie rock, Chevelle embraced a heavier, nu-metal sound with "Wonder What's Next" (2002) and "This Type of Thinking (Could Us In)" (2004). Joe left the band in 2005 and was replaced by Dean Bernardini. With Bernardini, Chevelle released five more studio albums. Bernardini departed the band in 2019, but Chevelle continued on a duo releasing "NIRATIAS" in 2021.

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Date   Concert   Venue   Location  
Dec 10, 2004
Three Days Grace / Hoobastank / Chevelle / Korn

Korn / Hoobastank / Chevelle / Three Days Grace

Nokia Theatre Live Grand Prairie, Texas, United States

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