Nickelback had a very difficult 2015 and it seems that the Canadian rock band plans to make the new year completely opposed to the previous one by starting to work on a new record. Based on an interview, frontman Chad Kroeger gave these days, the band is working on new tracks.
Kroeger said not so long ago that creating each new single distinct is what keeps things intriguing for Nickelback.
“When we come in the studio to take on the challenging task of creating a Nickelback record, all the band members have completely different tastes and preferences in music that it is a great deal about maintaining us happy,” he added. “
We don’t want to go onstage and perform a similar kind of music during all two hours. We want to make sure that everyone in the band is satisfied and that looks to be retaining our fans pleased.”
Last June, the rock ban has canceled the greater part of its tour dates promoting the band’s eighth album, “No Fixed Address”, as Kroeger could get better from surgery he had on his vocal cords.
On March, Chad Kroeger has officially announced on twitter that the band is going back on the road with a big European Tour!
— Nickelback (@Nickelback) March 7, 2016
The tour starts in Helsinki, Finland on 2 September and finishes at Newcastle Arena on 25 October. This tour represents Nickelback’s tenth world tour where the rock band will perform in 30 cities all over Europe this autumn.
Nickelback Fan Club participants will have the first access to a special presale before the general public. Presales have already started on March 8 so be sure to succeed.
— Nickelback (@Nickelback) March 10, 2016
“Get ready Europe, we are bringing one hell of a loud party to our fans over there!” said Chad Kroeger.