On their 10th studio album, Canadian rock band Nickelback set their sights on heavy metal. Opener “San Quentin” is a high-octane moment in the band’s discography, a hulking narrative written from the perspective of an inmate, with a shredding chorus. Released five years after their 2017 full-length LP Feed the Machine, an album that doubled as a miracle following singer Chad Kroeger’s vocal cord surgery, Get Rollin’ is a bold release from a band that’s only more successful than they are divisive. Elsewhere, Nickelback touches on stoner country rock (“High Time”), indulges in screamy gang vocals and hair-metal riffs (“Vegas Bomb”), and delivers on the stadium-sized rock ballads they’re best known for (“Does Heaven Even Know You’re Missing?”). At the emotional heart of the release is “Steel Still Rusts,” an acoustic song that thoughtfully details the challenges combat veterans face when returning to civilian life.