According to The Pulse Of Radio, CHEVELLE and DISTURBED are planning to team up for a fall tour together, CHEVELLE frontman Pete Loeffler revealed to Billboard.com on Thursday (June 30). Both bands hail from the Chicago area and Loeffler said a new road trip together is long overdue. “It’s been years since we’ve toured with these guys and they’re from Chicago as well, so we’ve known them for years,” he said. “We see eye to eye on a lot of different things and [DISTURBED singer] David Draiman has always been, he’s been a friend over the years that I could call and ask about various tough questions, and he’s actually done the same to me, he’s called and asked my advice on things. And they’ve been a good band for us to tour with, and so we’re gonna give it another shot and see how it goes.”
CHEVELLE‘s new album, “The North Corridor”, will be released on July 8 via Sony Music. The CD was helmed by Joe Barresi, the American record engineer and producer who has previously worked with bands such as KYUSS, MELVINS, TOOL and QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE.
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