Despite a continuous string of hits, Nickelback have taken heat from music fans and critics alike with every album release. And with their new disc, 'Here and Now,' coming in November, the band is getting the parody treatment from radio personality Kidd Kraddick.
Canadian rockers Nickelback have set a Nov. 21 release date for their new album, 'Here and Now,' via Roadrunner Records. 'Here and Now' will be the band's seventh album, as well as the follow up to their 2008 effort, 'Dark Horse,' which went on to be certified three-times platinum.
Rockers such as Nickelback, Filter and Mastodon are among the acts rocking ZZ Top songs for a new tribute album set to drop Oct. 11. The disc, 'A Tribute From Friends,' also features Wolfmother, Steven Tyler and Duff McKagan paying homage to the legendary 'Little Ol' Band From Texas.'
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