Nickelback singer Chad Kroeger has retaliated after being mocked by Sum 41’s frontman Deryck Whibley, or more specifically Whibley’s partner, model Ari Cooper. As reported by NME, in an attempt to dress in the scariest costumes imaginable, Whibley and Cooper decided to impersonate Kroeger and his soon-to-be wife Avril Lavigne. Whibley, who was formerly married
Extremely exciting news today* as self-confessed pop-punk princess Avril Lavigne and the Paddle Pop Lion (AKA Nickelback’s Chad Kroeger) have announced that they are engaged. According to Perez Hilton, everyone’s favourite source for this sort of stuff, the courtship lasted six months before Kroeger popped the question. Awww.
Just when it looked as though Feeds had a powerful ally in the campaign against Nickelback, rock station Triple M has recanted their previous deal with fans not to play the band’s new single should a Facebook post get 1000 likes.
Nickelback haters rejoice – Triple M Sydney are just over 500 likes away from boycotting the band’s latest single.
Making their maiden voyage Down Under for Splendour in the Grass, Zulu Winter quickly became a crowd favourite after they were spotted busking out front of the Great Northern Hotel in Byron Bay on Splendour Eve. They had no trouble maintaining that title through their brilliant set, and now we have another reason to love
It appears it is now Australia’s turn to walk up to the chopping block and wait patiently for the axe that is coming in the form of a Nickelback tour.
Batten down the hatches Australia, Nickelback will be invading our arenas in November.
Possibly the world’s most hated band, Nickelback, have hinted at an Australian tour, possibly towards the end of this year or beginning of the next. Often labelled as a band that’s not everyone’s cup of tea, they haven’t had much support from amongst their musical peers, with the now infamous comments made by Black Keys
Yesterday we re-posted about blues-rocker duo The Black Keys’ comments about Nickelback in their recent Rolling Stone cover story, claiming that they’ve destroyed rock and roll. Drummer Patrick Carney, who provided a breath of fresh-air into 2011 with their impeccable album El Camino, said in the interview that “Rock and roll is dying because people
In their first cover story in Rolling Stone magazine, blues-rockers The Black Keys have slagged off Nickelback saying that they’ve destroyed rock and roll. Drummer Patrick Carney, who provided a breath of fresh-air into 2011 with their impeccable album El Camino, said in the interview that “Rock and roll is dying because people became okay
Nickelback have performed a brisk half-time set at the Detroit Lions Thanksgiving Day game, despite the fact that 75,000 fans signed a petition asking the NFL for a different act. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Nm_GVPGABs Nickelback responded to the criticism earlier in the week by posting their own video on Funny or die. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEwxvF5uMaE Nickelback were voted the top