You might have heard that Nickelback is coming to Utah.

The group will arrive Sept. 16, and it will play as a part of the Feed the Machine Tour with Daughtry and Shaman’s Harvest at the USANA Amphitheatre.

Tickets range from $32 to $935. Deals can be found on Groupon.

But one place where Nickelback won’t play — a certain police officer’s command post.

As seen on Twitter, a police captain issued a memo to his command post that banned “terrible rock groups,” including Korn, Slipknot, Smashmouth, Creed and, you guessed it, Nickelback.

Nickelback also made headlines earlier this week for some tweets it traded with celebrity Arnold Schwarzenegger on Twitter. Schwarzenegger tweeted a survey that found Congress is less popular than Nickelback, and the band promptly responded.

“The Terminator” star later apologized.

Rumors swirled around the time of Trump’s inauguration that Nickelback would perform at the event. This proved to be fake, according to

Trump also faced accusations that he was a Nickelback fan, too.

We’re still unsure about that one.

Nickelback has faced a wealth of criticism from music fans since it rose to popularity in the early 2000s, according to NPR.

The hatred supposedly stems from the band’s songs, which some believe are carbon copies of each other, and the name, which can often be rolled into punny jokes.

Despite criticisms, Nickelback has often battled back.

“It's worth watching the way Nickelback has tried to proceed against those headwinds; to stick together, still on a major label, and attempt to adapt its sound amid the changing times,” NPR reported.