Lead singer Chad Kroeger requires surgery for a cyst on his voice box that will leave him unable to speak for several weeks.
The band, most famous for its 2001 hit ‘How You Remind Me’, was forced to duck out of the remaining dates of its ‘No Fixed Address’ tour of Canada and the US, because Kroeger needs to have surgery on an operable cyst on his voice box.
Chad Kroeger of Nickelback, who is due to have a cyst on his voice box removed
Continue reading: Nickelback Cancels North American Leg Of World Tour
It's a new record for 1D and the music industry.
Hello, this is your resident One Direction correspondent speaking. Four is number one in the US, repeat number one in the US. This is not a drill, people.
Everything is One Direction and nothing hurts.
While we should all be at least a little bit saddened by the fact that Taylor Swift’s masterpiece of a pop album, 1989, has been knocked off the top, the 387,000 copies of Four sold this week are a clear indicator of one thing. Unlike countless other boybands, One Direction have a formula that works long term. Or long-er term than your standard N*SYNC or Backstreet Boys anyway.
Ryan Peake - The members of the group Nickleback arrive for a sound check prior to their performance on Jimmy Kimmy Live! at Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 17th November 2014
Craig Mandell has set up a Kickstarter campaign to ensure the band never grace the capital again.
Nickelback really are just one of those bands that people don’t like. Obviously the Canadian rockers have their fans, but on a whole we seem to hear a lot more hate than love for Chad Kroeger and the boys. But one Nickelback hater has taken matters into his own hands, setting up a Kickstarter campaign to stop the band from playing in London again.
Defiant: Chad Kroeger onstage
Inspired by the successful run of Foo Fighters campaigns, where fans raised funds to bring the band to their town, Craig Mandell set up the campaign to try and ensure that Nickelback were never seen in London again.
Continue reading: Don’t Want To See Nickelback In London? There’s A Kickstarter For That
The follow-up to Nickelback's 2011 platinum release 'Here And Now', entitled 'No Fixed Address', will be released on November 18th 2014 through Republic Records. The band present a lyric video for second single 'What Are You Waiting For?'.
The second single, 'What Are You Waiting For', from Nicklback's upcoming eighth studio album, 'No Fixed Address', has been released. The single was released early September, 2014, and features as the third track on the November album.
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