For the last two months, Nickelback has been out on a stadium tour with Bush, Seether and My Dark Days promoting their latest album, Here and Now. Frontman Chad Kroeger says that fans can expect a unique live experience if they make it out to one of their upcoming shows.
“I just don't think this [tour] even compares to anything we've done before,” Kroeger tells the Edmonton Journal. "It's so over the top. We've got this flying stage that comes down and picks us up and takes us across the arena and starts spinning."
Kroeger added that while their fans love them, the singer isn’t expecting any recognition from their peers at the Grammy Awards or an induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. "We may be dead by then but I think the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will probably show up the same time as our first Grammy," joked the singer.
In other Nickelback news, the band will be taking a break from their tour to perform at the 2012 National Hockey League Awards in Las Vegas, which will be airing live on Wednesday on the NBC Sports Network and on CBC in Canada.
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