Ghost, Impera (Loma Vista/Concord)
According to Luminate/MRC Data, the Swedish band’s fifth album had the biggest sales week in 2022. This is their fourth top 10 overall album.
KISS, Off The Soundboard: Live In Virginia Beach (UMe)
This is a live recording from the soundboard during KISS Rock the Nation Tour in Virginia Beach, VA on July 25, 2004.
Wolves At The Gate, Eulogies (Solid State)
The fifth album from the Cedarville, Ohio band.
Shaman’s Harvest, Rebelator (Mascot)
The seventh album from the American hard rock band.
Konvent, Call Down The Sun (Napalm)
The sophomore album from the all female band. Hailing all the way from Denmark.
Messa, Close (Svart)
The Italian doom metal band drop their Third album.
New Horizon, Gate Of The Gods (Frontiers)
The debut album from vocalist Erik Grönwall and songwriter/producer/multi-multi-instrumentalist Jona Tee, former bandmates in H.E.A.T.
Haunted Shores, Void (3Dot)
The sophomore progressive metal album by Periphery bandmates, guitarists Mark Holcomb and Misha “Bulb” Mansoor.
HO99O9, Skin (DTA)
Experimental thrashcore rap-punk band from New Jersey. Produced by Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker.
Scorpions, Rock Believer (Spinefarm)
#37 (from 19)
A 43% drop for the German band’s nineteenth studio album. Over 17,500 copies sold so far.
Sabaton, The War To End All Wars (Nuclear Blast)
#47 (from 4)
The Swedish power metal historians drop 79%.
KoRn, Requiem (Loma Vista)
#62 (from 59)
Korn’s fourteenth album drops 4% in week six. Unfortunately, frontman Jonathan Davis is still suffering from the effects of COVID.
Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy And The Conspirators, 4 (Gibson)
#65 (from 52)
Slash drops another 22% in week five. This is his 5th studio album overall. Did you know Slash loves dinosaurs?
Greta Van Fleet, The Battle At Garden’s Gate (Lava/Republic Records)
#68 (from 67)
A small 1% jump for week 47. Sadly, they had to cancel their tour due to guitarist Jake Kiszka battle with pneumonia.
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Made In Timeland (Virgin)
#84 (from 26)
The 19th studio album by the Australian psychedelic rock band drops 61% in week two.
Eddie Vedder, Earthling (Republic)
#97 (from 63)
The Pearl Jam frontman’s second solo album falls 33% in week five. Features appearances from Stevie Wonder, Elton John and Ringo Starr.
Iron Maiden, Senjutsu (Parlophone Records)
#140 (from 140)
The mighty Iron Maiden fall 2% in week 28. Catch them on tour with Trivium and Within Temptation!
Turnstile, Glow On (Roadrunner Records)
#141 (from 129)
The Baltimore band drops 8% after their return to the charts.
Marillion, An Hour Before It’s Dark (earMusic)
#150 (from 11)
An 87% drop for the twentieth studio album. Marillion offered free taxi rides across London to promote the record.
Crowbar, Zero And Below (MRNK Heavy)
#151 (from 35)
The twelfth full-length effort falls 75% in week two. Currently on tour with Sepultura and Sacred Reich!
Vio-Lence, Let The World Burn (Metal Blade)
#154 (from 116)
The EP drops 26% in week two.
Spiritbox, Eternal Blue (Rise Records)
#177 (from 194)
Spiritbox jumps 22%. They killed it at their Starland Ballroom show.
Volbeat, Servant Of The Mind (Republic Records)
#181 (from 155)
Volbeat’s eighth studio album falls back by 17% in week fifteen. It’s produced by Jacob Hansen, Michael Poulsen (vocals), and Rob Caggiano (guitar).
Bad Omens, The Death Of Peace Of Mind (Sumerian)
#186 (from 150)
A 22% fall for their third album.
Amorphis, Halo (Atomic Fire)
The Finnish based band’s fourteenth studio album jumps a fantastic 118%.
Voivod, Synchro Anarchy (Century Media)
A 20% decrease for their fifteenth studio album. It’s their nineteenth release overall. Produced and mixed by Francis Perron.
Midnight, Let There Be Witchery (Metal Blade)
A 665 drop in week two for their fifth full-length album.
HammerFall, Hammer Of Dawn (Napalm)
Their twelfth studio effort falls42 % in week three.
Saxon, Carpe Diem (Silver Lining)
Their twenty-third studio album drops 16% in week six.
Knocked Loose, A Tear In The Fabric Of Life (Pure Noise)
A 26% decrease. Knocked Loose’s EP focuses on “a story about extreme grief and the levels a person is willing to go through to get rid of it.”
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Ty Tabor, Shades (Rat Pak)
A massive 87% drop in week two. This is the eleventh solo album from the acclaimed King’s X guitarist, songwriter, and co-vocalist.
Poppy, Flux (Sumerian)
Poppy experiences a 9% jump.
Vein.FM, This World Is Going To Ruin You (Closed Casket)
An insane 95% drop off for the angsty group. I sense a rise in week three.
Allegaeon, Damnum (Metal Blade)
Another 58% drop for the Colorado based band’s sixth album.
Bloodywood, Rakshak (Independent)
The debut album by Indian folk heavy metal band.
Zeal & Ardor, Zeal & Ardor (MVKA)
The third studio album from the avant-garde metal unit falls 65% in week five.