Like their tourmates Nickelback, Hinder have achieved major success while remaining mostly invisible to nonfans. And the recently platinum-certified Extreme Behavior — released a year ago to no fanfare — often sounds like the ‘Back, too, albeit a hornier version. (”Get Stoned,” for example, deals with make-up sex.) Elsewhere, the Oklahoma City quintet invokes the spirit of Guns N’ Roses and even Whitesnake. They might be unoriginal, but they compensate with rock & roll rambunctiousness and a clutch of great choruses.