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Nickelback tease 2015 tour and new studio album

Nickelback reveal plans for 2015 tour and new studio album
Nickelback reveal plans for 2015 tour and new studio album
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Nickelback have revealed they are in currently in secret meetings to hammer out details for a 2015 tour. The multi-Platinum selling Canuck rockers have been quietly working on a new studio album and have not toured since wrapping up the their "Greatest Hits Tour" on Dec. 19, 2013 in South Africa.

In an update posted on July 28 on the band’s official Facebook page, the "How You Remind Me" hitmakers posted pictures of an inception document, bearing the title "Nickleback Tour 2015". The pictures were accompanied by a teaser caption, which says, " Busy day of meetings... Top Secret!"

The news follows in the wake of Facebook post made earlier in the month, which contained a black and white photo of a Gibson Flying V electric guitar, used by frontman Chad Kroeger and guitarist Ryan Peake, laying on hardwood floor with cables and a headphone set, which said, "Plugging in and gearing up for a new album. Soon...!"

Kroeger revealed plans for their 8th studio album in a June interview with Vancouver's CFOX-FM. The album may be titled No Fixed Address, and the debut single titled "Revolution", will be released to radio in August with the album to following by the end of 2014.

Prior to the recent posts, there has been almost no news postings from the multi-Juno winning Hanna, Alberta natives since last year, except for bandmember birthday wishes. Nickelback's last studio album was 2011's Here and Now.

Kroeger, who married Canadian punk-pop princess Avril Lavigne on July 1, 2013, previously spent time promoting Lavigne's self-titled 5th studio album in the role of co-producer and co-songwriter. He was also featured on Lavigne's single "Let Me Go," which he co-wrote along with the singles, "Rock and Roll," "Here's to Never Growing Up" and the controversial "Hello Kitty."