Oh Nickelback, you haven’t changed.
You’re still packing the arena, you still drink Jager Bombs on stage, you still drop more f-bombs than a mob movie and your music is still highly-distorted rock with a slick, sly pop sheen.
The only thing different about Tuesday’s concert at CenturyLink Center Omaha — compared to the other four times the band has played there — was some new material that came this time from the Canadian rock band’s latest album, “Here and Now.”
They’re radio gods that many would call hard rockers, but most of the songs are pop vocals and beats masked by distorted, down-tuned guitar. It feels edgy, but in reality, it’s safe.