Nickelback Releasing New Album 'No Fixed Address' in November, Unveil Track Listing

artist: nickelback date: 08/23/2014 category: entertainment
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Nickelback Releasing New Album 'No Fixed Address' in November, Unveil Track Listing
Nickelback have officially announced "No Fixed Address" as the title of their upcoming eighth studio album, confirming a November 4 release date via Republic Records.

The info was announced by the band itself, along with a full track listing. Furthermore, the album's second single, "What Are You Waiting For?" is set to hit the stores on September 22.

As reported, the band previously unveiled the record's lead single "Edge on a Revolution" on August 19. What makes this hard-hitter different from the rest of the Nickelback opus are protest lyrics, not a typical theme for the Canadian four-piece, so make sure to check out the official lyric video below.

The new album will mark the follow-up to 2011's "Here and Now," which sold an impressive figure of 1.02 million copies to date. An extensive tour is also set to follow the release, stay tuned for more.

"No Fixed Address" Track Listing

1. Million Miles an Hour
2. Edge of a Revolution
3. What Are You Waiting For?
4. She Keeps Me Up
5. Make Me Believe Again
6. Miss You
7. Get 'Em Up
8. The Hammer's Coming Down
9. Satellite
10. Sister Sin
11. She's Got Me Runnin' 'Round


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