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They started out as an Indie metal group; then Mike Kroeger moved to Vancouver and started playing with heavy metal bands, so they were a heavy metal group for a while, however, when they were growing up, they wanted to be a rock n' roll group; Today they are considered a Rock/Alternative group.
Kroeger is the one that recommended The Calling's Alex Band, another Arista artist, as a replacement for re-recording the single.The track is called "Into the Night" and was released as a single on August 20, 2007.The album Ultimate Santana was released in October. Brandon Kroeger is now a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Financial Analyst living in Alberta, Canada. Some of their songs have metal influences, but are generally considered a rock band.Born on November 15, 1974, Kroeger taught himself how to play the guitar at age 13, but got sidetracked a bit the following year when he was briefly sent to a juvenile detention facility for repeatedly breaking into his junior high school to steal money (an incident mentioned in the band's 2005 hit "Photograph").Upon his eventual release, he finished high school and began touring around in the early '90s as the lead guitarist for a cover band in which he was performing with two of his future Nickelback bandmates: older half-brother Mike Kroeger and friend Ryan Peake. They rock because they know stuff about life, and because they have awesome songs. Ryan Peake - lead & rhythm guitar, backing vocals . Daniel Adair - drums, backing vocals Rockstar, Animals, Someday, Shakin' Hands, Photograph, If Everyone Cared, Something in your Mouth, Next Go Round, Burn It to the Ground, I'd Come for You, Savin' Me, and If Today Was Your Last Day are some. It's simple, and has nothing to do with what genre they fall into or how many hits they have. If there's something about them that makes you smile then that's why they rock. Chad Kroeger - lead vocals, co-lead & rhythm guitar .The band ultimately broke up, which is when Kroeger convinced some friends to hit a studio with him to record several songs he'd been writing on the side.Thus laying down the roots of Nickelback, these songs resulted in a seven-song demo and, later, a self-released full-length that received substantial airplay on various Canadian radio stations.