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Chevelle and Legendary Horror Director Wes Craven Team Up to Find Fresh Blood

Chevelle and Legendary Horror Director Wes Craven Team Up to Find Fresh Blood
   
 

Platinum-plus-selling Epic recording artists Chevelle and master of horror Wes Craven are teaming up to find fresh blood with The Hills Have Eyes 2/ “15 Gigs of Fear” contest, an open call for fans to cut their own video for the band’s new single, “Well Enough Alone.”

Entrants can register at foxatomic.com, where they’ll have exclusive access to footage from Craven’s The Hills Have Eyes and upcoming sequel The Hills Have Eyes 2. With The Blender, a web editing tool on foxatomic.com, users can create their videos by mashing up clips from the movies, as well as their own uploaded content.

The winner will be chosen by Craven from the 20 highest-rated finalists based on peer voting. The grand prize winner scores $3500 and a trip to Los Angeles to meet with Fox Atomic studio executives to pitch a movie idea.

“Well Enough Alone,” already a top ten hit at rock radio, is the lead single from Chevelle’s highly anticipated new album, Vena Sera. The band (vocalist/guitarist Pete Loeffler, drummer Sam Loeffler and bassist Dean Bernardini) will be previewing “Well Enough Alone” and other new songs from the album during their arena tour with Evanescence, which begins March 16 at the Selland Arena in Fresno, California. Joining them will be Finger Eleven.

Dates for Chevelle and Evanescence are as follows:

3/16 Fresno, CA (Selland Arena) 3/17 Las Vegas, NV (Pearl/Palm Hotel) 3/19 Las Cruces, NM (Pan American Ctr) 3/21 Oklahoma City, OK (Ford Ctr) 3/22 Council Bluffs, IA (Mid America Ctr) 3/23 Cedar Rapids, IA (US Cellular Ctr) 3/25 Little Rock, AR (Alltel Arena) 3/27 Louisville, KY (Louisville Gardens) 3/28 Nashville, TN (Gaylord Music Ctr) 3/30 Norfolk, VA (Constant Conv Ctr) 3/31 Hartford, CT (Dodge Music Ctr) 4/2 Reading, PA (Sovereign Ctr)) 4/4 Providence, RI (Dunkin Doughnuts Ctr) 4/5 Glen Falls, NY (Glen Falls Civic Ctr)



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