Listen to NICKELBACK’s Heavy Titile Track from New Album, Feed The Machine


In addition to announcing the new album, the band has introduced a 44-date tour of North America

February 1, 2017

Triple news for Nickeblack fans! First, the band has announced their ninth studio effort, titled (as expected) Feed The Machine, which will be released on June 9 via their new record label, BMG Records.

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Second, the band is giving us the first taste of the new record – you can now stream and purchase the album’s title track. It would be a bit misleading to claim Chad Kroeger and co. are going back to their roots, judging by the track. More like the guys seem to have hammered a brand new sound: heavy and juicy like their older material, on the one hand, yet fresh and experimental, on the other. And you’ll definitely enjoy a rich guitar solo in the bridge. Give it a listen:

And that’s not it! The third piece of news is even better: Nickelback have posted an itinerary of their new, massive 44-date tour of the US (with their genre mates Daughtry) and Canada (with Rock & Roll Hall of Fame stars Cheap Trick). See the list of the just-announced dates below and stay tuned with AlteRock for more 2017 tour dates from the group.

The album presale starts for Fan Club on Monday, February 6. General sale opens Saturday, February 11.

On January 30, Canadian rockers dropped a teaser of the track ‘Feed The Machine’, showing the band at work in the studio. If you’ve missed it, check it out below.

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Nickelback 2017 North American Tour Dates:

Jun 23 Klipsch Music Center Noblesville (US)
Jun 24 Dte Energy Music Theatre Detroit (US)
Jun 27 Budweiser Stage Toronto (CA)
Jun 29 Centre Bell Montréal (CA)
Jul 1 Jones Beach Theater Wantagh (US)
Jul 2 Pnc Bank Arts Center Holmdel (US)
Jul 4 Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater Virginia Beach (US)
Jul 7 Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion Bangor (US)
Jul 8 Xfinity Center Mansfield (US)
Jul 10 Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs (US)
Jul 12 Darien Lake Performing Arts Center Darien Center (US)
Jul 20 Great Jones County Fair Monticello (US)
Jul 21 Centurylink Center Omaha (US)
Jul 23 Starlight Theatre Kansas City (US)
Jul 25 Hollywood (CA)sino Amphitheatre St. Louis (US)
Jul 28 Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Houston (US)
Jul 29 Starplex Pavilion Dallas (US)
Aug 1 Midflorida Credit Union Amphitheater Tampa (US)
Aug 2 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Alpharetta (US)
Aug 4 Bb&T Pavilion Camden (US)
Aug 5 Hersheypark Stadium Hershey (US)
Aug 7 Keybank Pavilion Burgettstown (US)
Aug 9 Riverbend Music Center Cincinnati (US)
Aug 11 Iowa State Fair Grandstand Des Moines (US)
Aug 12 Huntington Bank Pavilion At Northerly Island Chicago (US)
Aug 14 Blossom Music Center Cuyahoga Falls (US)
Aug 24 Minnesota State Fair St. Paul (US)
Aug 26 Bismarck Event Center Bismarck (US)
Aug 27 Rimrock Auto Arena At Metrapark Billings (US)
Aug 29 Spokane Arena Spokane (US)
Aug 30 Sunlight Supply Amphitheater Portland (US)
Sep 1 Washington State Fair Puyallup (US)
Sep 3 Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View (US)
Sep 6 Toyota Amphitheatre Wheatland (US)
Sep 8 Greek Theatre Los Angeles (US)
Sep 9 Ak-Chin Pavilion Phoenix (US)
Sep 12 Red Rocks Amphitheatre Denver (US)
Sep 14 Isleta Amphitheater Albuquerque (US)
Sep 16 Usana Amphitheatre Salt Lake City (US)
Sep 21 Mts Centre Winnipeg (CA)
Sep 23 Sasktel Sports Centre Saskatoon (CA)
Sep 26 Scotiabank Saddledome Calgary (CA)
Sep 28 Rogers Place Edmonton (CA)
Oct 1 Pepsi Live At Rogers Arena Vancouver (CA)