Australian police joined the Nickelback “fanclub”

Australian police joined the Nickelback “fanclub”

Australian police joined Nickelback hater’s flashmob by issuance of joky arrest warrant.

Australian police joined Nickelback hater’s flashmob by issuance of joky arrest warrant.

Worldwide-known music band Nickelback, which is going to perform in Australia on Wednesday, continues to suffer from haters.

Nickelback band

Nickelback band

 

The official account of the Queensland Police Service posted a doubtfully fun picture, imitating the real Be On The Lookout – official document, which the police used to issue as a warning about wanted persons. The caption admonishes the public that the future performance “may be hazardous for your hearing” and recommends to avoid the area near the concert place. It portrays each member of Niceklback as a person, wanted for perpetration “crimes against music”. The argument why Nickelback’s music is considered to be criminal is, according to the fake BOLO, is that musicians, due to the author’s mind, pretend to be impersonating.

A feedback from one of the "fans"

A feedback from one of the “fans”

 

The popular newspaper, New York Times commented this event, saying that such a critic can be useful for Canadian band by “building it an enduring fan base in the shrunken marketplace of the digital age”. Thus, Nickelback may move away from disingenuous lyrics and commercial sound to the deep rock band with a peculiar style.
Although Nickelback is a comparatively old band, it has been criticized during its lifetime. According to the Rolling Stones’ rating it was claimed to be the second worst rock band of 90’s.

However, Nickelback’s voice, Chad Kroeger seems not to be in despair. During his interview because of the online petition, demanding to ban the band in the UK, he said, that all the critics only keep them alive and popular for so long.

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