Last month, Chevelle's Pete Loeffler likely raised a few eyebrows while revealing on WEBN's KiddChris Show that the group had not "made any money" from their record sales despite have sold over six million albums. Clarifying a bit of what his brother said, Chevelle drummer Sam Loeffler elaborated on that point while speaking with Two Doods Reviews (seen below).
Pete initially started speaking about the band's future as they just completed a contract with Epic and were contemplating their next step. He stated at the time, ""Contracts are a bitch, and we've signed some raw ones. And we need to start trying to make some money off of our catalog, which is 10 albums deep, plus all the side stuff. We haven't made any money off of record sales, album sales. It's all gone to the major labels. A lot of people make money off of us; we just don't make money the way the deals are structured. We just aren't excited to get back into any kind of contract. So if we find a new home at a new label, wherever it is, it's gotta be a special deal where you get something for your hard work."