The new Nickelback album, “Drones” is out now and you can stream the album here on iTunes and Spotify.
But the album was originally supposed to arrive on March 11, but the album had to be delayed due to the shooting of a child on a school bus in Australia.
It’s now out on March 16.
The band has been struggling with the issue of child shootings in Australia for the last couple of years, as the incident occurred in December 2016.
Nickelback have always claimed that they were doing everything in their power to prevent any further incidents, but it seems that they’ve been unable to get the message across to their fans.
In the past, Nickelback’s management has claimed that their fans have a lot of misconceptions about the band and their music.
In 2016, Nickelhead released a “statement” about the incident.
The statement said:We are aware of the incident involving the child.
We will do everything we can to support the family and support the police investigation.
However, in light of the current circumstances, it is clear that the situation has become a real public health issue and we will not be able to make the necessary changes in order to prevent further harm to our fans.
Nickelhead had also been criticized for not issuing a statement about the shooting until days before the album arrived on iTunes.
On the Nickelhead Facebook page, fans expressed their concerns over the album’s delay.
They wrote:As a fan of the band, this is the most upsetting part.
I feel like theres a huge misunderstanding here and I think the band needs to address it.
They have been doing everything they can to make sure no further incidents are occurring.
I dont understand how this could be.
I want to know what you plan to do about this.
I want to hear the answer.
The Nickelhead album is available for pre-order on Amazon and iTunes.
You can also watch the video below, which is a clip from the album.