Nickelback Teases New Music Could Be Coming This Friday
Everyone's favourite band, Nickelback, are teasing fans with a big announcement in the next two days.
The Canadian band has uploaded two teasers on Twitter that asks fans to get very excited for Friday (August 14).
The first is simply a picture and the second is a 12-second video that shows an animated graphic and a couple seconds of music.
The announcement has understandably sent fans into absolute overdrive over what Friday will bring.
One person wrote: "My thoughts are that maybe it's All The Right Reasons 2? Because the video gives ATRR vibes, the font that says 'Nickelback' is the same, and the first 12 seconds I heard sounds a little like 'Follow You Home'? Idk I might be wrong, just an educated guess."
Another person seemed to agree, saying: "I was expecting the documentary but this looks an awful lot like All The Right Reasons 2..."
A third added: "I'm so hoping it's the LONG ANTICIPATED documentary...car driving down the road...stars in the sky...lights and city/buildings in the foreground...things you'd see while on tour."
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All The Right Reasons was the band's fifth studio album and arguably one of their best pieces of work. It was released in 2005 and catapulted the band into the stratosphere. It's been certified diamond and has sold nearly eight million copies.
Inside the album, it contained bangers like 'Photograph', 'Far Away', 'Rockstar' and 'If Everyone Cared'.
It peaked at number one in Canada and New Zealand as well as several rock charts, proving that some people out there really do love their music and they aren't just an endless meme of hate. It was so good that it was ranked number 13 on Billboard's 200 Albums of the Decade.
So, you can imagine why people are so excited that it could be a documentary that followed the band during the making and then touring of that album, or a remaster of All The Right Reasons, or a sequel to the album.
Nickelback have released four more albums, Dark Horse, Here and Now, No Fixed Address, and Feed the Machine, since and their last was in 2017. That's enough time for a new album or new project or new something.
Whatever it is, it has fans across the world very, very excited.
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