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NICKELBACK UNVEILS LYRIC VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE

Nickelback has released the lyric video for "Edge Of A Revolution," the first single from the Canadian act's upcoming eighth studio album. The yet-to-be-titled disc is due out on November 4th through the band's new deal with Republic Records. Frontman Chad Kroeger said, "We are very excited to be releasing new music for our fans and feel it’s some of our strongest material to date. During the recording process as we looked toward the next chapter, it became clear that . . . the entire Republic/Universal team had a shared vision and passion for this project. Their track record of artist development speaks volumes to their success and we are honored to be partners with them."

The new set will follow up 2011's platinum-selling Here And Now, which was the band's last release through Roadrunner Records. That album included the singles "Bottoms Up" and "This Means War."

Nickelback has sold more than 50 million records worldwide since breaking through with its 2001 album, Silver Side Up.

The single from that album, "How You Remind Me," was named Billboard’s "Top Rock Song of the Decade" while the band itself was Billboard’s "Top Rock Band of the Decade."

Nickelback plans to hit the road in early 2015 for a lengthy world tour in support of the new record.

Watch the lyric video for "Edge Of A Revolution" by Nickelback

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