Feed the Machine - Nickelback

Feed the Machine


  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2017-06-16
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2017 Nickelback II Productions, Inc. under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management


Title Artist Time
Feed the Machine Nickelback 5:02 USD 1.29
Coin for the Ferryman Nickelback 4:50 USD 1.29
Song on Fire Nickelback 3:50 USD 1.29
Must Be Nice Nickelback 3:42 USD 1.29
After the Rain Nickelback 3:34 USD 1.29
For the River Nickelback 3:28 USD 1.29
Home Nickelback 3:52 USD 1.29
The Betrayal (Act III) Nickelback 4:20 USD 1.29
Silent Majority Nickelback 3:52 USD 1.29
Every Time We're Together Nickelback 3:52 USD 1.29
The Betrayal (Act I) Nickelback 2:42 USD 1.29


  • Still sounds great!!!

    By Bama Guy 74
    They have changed like all of us. They still sound great and the songs are spot on. Keep it up guys.
  • LOVE IT!!🙌🏻

    By Rebekah St.
    I haven't bought the album yet but playing a little clip from the song already has me dancing to the tunes!! I'm so proud and very excited to get this album!
  • Feed The Machine album

    By CaptainAmerica86
    I find this recent new album of Nickelback pretty awesome and all because I’ve heard some of the songs from the album on Pandora radio on the station I listen to every time I do my cardio workout exercise and all at my parents house...on the Feed The Machine station and all...though my question is this...I see that there’s a song titled The Betrayal(Act I) and (Act III) but is there supposed to be an Act II or something?
  • Nickelback is amazing!

    By pixibell1
    Love the record , hope nickelback makes more ! good day
  • Amazing

    By janicejean1953
  • I wish people didn't hate these guys so much...

    By RyderRyan
    I don't see what's wrong with them. What is the big deal?
  • Awesome!!!!

    By Russell Wright
    Sounds like they’re early years
  • Love it!!! ❤️

    By kirstenfelio
    Love the whole album but my favorite song on the whole album is “Must Be Nice”. I also really like “Coin for the Ferryman”. Great job on the album guys!
  • Return to Form

    By TheCandyShack
    After a disappointing album in No Fixed Address, Nickelback returned to their roots with this album. With harder guitar riffs, explosive solos, and the powerful vocals of Chad Kroeger, Nickelback returns to form with their best album since Dark Horse.
  • Back to roots, epic album

    By Tyler Frisbee
    I once heard there are two types of people on this world: those who like Nickelback, and those who are lying. As always, the band has delivered a cohesive set of pretty diverse songs. The past two releases saw the band experimenting with different sounds and leaning more towards pop on occasion (though it still worked). However, this album is certainly a return to the All The Right Reasons and Dark Horse days. The album is heavy with hard rock bangers, the standouts being the title track and Coin For The Ferryman. Songs like Must Be Nice are just so unbelievably catchy you’ll be singing along for weeks, and it’s a great track to just let loose and vent a little. For those who are fans of Nickelback’s signature epic ballads, you won’t be left out. Song On Fire was one of the first singles, and despite Chad directly shooting this theory down, some have speculated it may be about his ex love Avril Lavigne. Home is a song that truly conveys the horrendous pain of what could be a failing relationship that one feels trapped in, and Chad’s raw emotion here can truly be heartbreaking. Every Time We’re Together is a tune reminiscent of Photograph, and will really pull on the nostalgic heartstrings of longtime fans. Feed The Machine and Silent Majority see the band taking on some political issues, which isn’t unheard of given their past hits Edge of a Revolution and When We Stand Together. For those who are into Nickelback’s heavier side, songs like The Betrayal Act III and For The River will be sure to please. Chad’s vocals are in top notch shape on this record despite the surgeries he underwent on his vocal chords a few years ago. Gravely and emotional, fraught with subtle inflections that’ll grab you every time. The guitar work is no joke on this album, with Ryan Peake laying down a decent amount of epic, face melting solos. Experimenting and change can be great, but Nickelback have really returned to the sound that built their massive fame in the first place. It’s a true-blue, rock n’ roll album that’s bad-to-the-bone, stone-cold cool. Highly recommended, and by far the best rock release of 2017.

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