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| 16 December 2017 | Reply

Venue: The Egyptian Room

City: Indianapolis, IN

Date: December 12, 2017

Review and Photographs by: Jeffrey Everett (

I have followed Chevelle since their early days in Chicago in the mid 90’s and couldn’t wait for this year’s stop in Indy. They were accompanied by Aeges and 10 Years, which made it a killer lineup. Both openers were fantastic and got everyone pumped for Chevelle. By the time they took the stage, the Egyptian Room was packed for a Tuesday night. In usual fashion they came out swinging with “Young Wicked” off their latest release The North Corridor that is clearly a heavier sounding collection. Dean Bernardini unleashed his trademark thundering bass that continued throughout the night. Frontman Pete Loeffler unique vocals complemented his hard-hitting lead guitar.  Sam Loeffler completed the trio on drums.  The guys had the crowd hooked from the first song and the fans gave the energy back with fist pumping, head banging, crowd surfing and singly along with Pete. They maintained a frenetic pace that kept everyone engaged. They sampled songs old and new from their 8 studio albums.  After their set, the guys returned for an encore ending with their signature “Send the Pain Below” and “The Red.” For those who have never experienced a Chevelle concert, it is a true rock experience in every regard. They never disappoint and you always leave satisfied.

Setlist: Young Wicked  –  The Clincher  –  Get Some –  Take Out the Gunman  –  An Island –  Joyride (Omen)  – Face to the Floor  –  Forfeit  –  Vitamin R (Leading Us Along)  –  Jars  –  Saferwaters  –  Still Running  –  I Get It  –  Door to Door Cannibals  –  Hats Off to the Bull  –  The Red  –  Comfortable Liar  –  Send The Pain Below





Category: Live Reviews, Photo Galleries

About the Author ()

ToddStar - that's me... just a rocking accountant who had dreams of being a rock star. I get to do the next best thing to rocking the globe - I get to take pictures of the lucky ones that do. I love to shoot all genres of music and different types of performers. If it is related to music, I love to photograph it. I get to shoot and hang with not only some of my friends and idols, but some of the coolest people around today.

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