Chevelle arrived on the scene in 1999 and have remained a consistent presence at radio and on the album charts ever since. The band has delivered solid album after album, evolving their sound over the years and making the most of the quiet-loud dynamics along the way.

Though they started off as a sibling trio with singer/guitarist Pete Loeffler, drummer Sam Loeffler and bassist Joe Loeffler, the band kept it in the family inviting their brother-in-law Dean Bernardini to step in on bass after Joe exited the group. And they haven't missed a step, with some of their better efforts coming later in their career.

So join us as we take a journey through the band's studio albums, ranking their works from weakest to strongest in the gallery at the top of this post.

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