The rock group's follow-up to 2011's 'Here and Now' is due out this fall.
Nickelback will start a fresh chapter this fall by releasing its first album on new label home Republic Records, Billboard can exclusively confirm. The as-yet-untitled album will be the long-running Canadian group's first since 2011's Here and Now, and the debut single, "Edge of a Revolution," will be released on Tuesday (Aug. 19).
Here and Now was released as Nickelback's final effort on Roadrunner Records in the U.S., and has sold 1.02 million copies to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The Republic signing was a collaboration between Universal Music Canada CEO Randy Lennox, who has a long history in working with the Vancouver-based band, and Republic Records co-founder and CEO Monte Lipman, whom Lennox says "has always shown a keen interest in every detail" of Nickelback's operation ever since the band's breakout in 2001.