Stabbing Westward, Chasing Ghosts (COP International)
Industrial rock from Chicago. It’s their first album since their 2001 self-titled release.
Converge, The Poacher Diaries Redux (Independent)
The split album from 1999 but now remixed by Kurt Ballou and remastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music
Cypress Hill, Back In Black (MNRK)
The group’s tenth studio album. Produced by Black Milk. Catch them on tour with Slipknot and Ho99o9.
Dark Funeral, We Are The Apocalypse (Century Media)
The 7th studio album from the Swedes.
Dream Theater, Lost Not Forgotten Archives: Live in NYC 1993 (Inside Out)
Re-mastered and available for the first time on vinyl. This is their 1993 performance at NYC’s, The Limelight.
Ronnie Atkis, Make It Count (Frontier)
The second solo album from the Pretty Maids frontman.
Týr, A Night At The Nordic House (Metal Blade)
A Faroese folk metal band singing about Viking folklore backed with a live symphony.
Eric Wagner, In The Lonely Light Of Mourning (Cruz Del Sur)
The solo album from the late Trouble frontman. Wagner died back in August 2021.
Agathodaimon, The Seven (Napalm)
The German heavyweights reunite for their seventh studio album.
Aeviterne, The Ailing Facade (Profound Lore)
The New York experimental death metal quartet drop their debut record.
Shining Black, Postcards From The End Of The World (Frontiers)
A new band featuring vocalist Mark Boals (Yngwie Malmsteen, Ring Of Fire, Royal Hunt) and guitarist Ölaf Thorson (Labyrinth, Vision Divine).
Shewolf, Shewolf (Frontiers)
Hailing all the way from England sharing their love of Symphonic Power Metal.
Joshua Travis, No Rest EP (SharpTone)
The EMMURE guitarist drops his solo EP featuring appearances from Crystal Lake’s Ryo Kinoshita, Chad Kapper from Frontierer, and more.
Ghost, Impera (Loma Vista/Concord)
#4 (from 1)
Ghost drops 83% but still sold over 10k in records. 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.
Scorpions, Rock Believer (Spinefarm)
#58 (from 37)
A 32% drop for the German band’s nineteenth studio album.
ERRA, ERRA (UNFD)
ERRA released a nice deluxe version on their self-titled including 3 new songs and 3 new covers.
KoRn, Requiem (Loma Vista)
#67 (from 62)
Korn’s fourteenth album drops another 19% in week seven.
Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy And The Conspirators, 4 (Gibson)
#71 (from 65)
Slash drops again by 20% in week six.
Greta Van Fleet, The Battle At Garden’s Gate (Lava/Republic Records)
#77 (from 68)
GVF drop 21% in week 48.
Sabaton, The War To End All Wars (Nuclear Blast)
The Swedish power metal historians drop another 42%.
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Made In Timeland (Virgin)
#114 (from 84)
The 19th studio album by the Australian psychedelic rock band drops 31% in week three.
Eddie Vedder, Earthling (Republic)
#130 (from 97)
The Pearl Jam frontman’s second solo album keeps falling by 24% in week six. Features appearances from Stevie Wonder, Elton John and Ringo Starr.
Spiritbox, Eternal Blue (Rise Records)
#159 (from 177)
Spiritbox jumps another 7%.
KISS, Off The Soundboard: Live In Virginia Beach (UMe)
#163 (from 31)
A 77% drop in week two. This is a live recording from the soundboard during KISS Rock the Nation Tour in Virginia Beach, VA on July 25, 2004.
Iron Maiden, Senjutsu (Parlophone Records)
#165 (from 140)
The mighty Iron Maiden fall 20% in week 29. Catch them on tour with Trivium and Within Temptation!
Turnstile, Glow On (Roadrunner Records)
#185 (from 141)
The Baltimore band drops 33%.
Marillion, An Hour Before It’s Dark (earMusic)
#188 (from 150)
A 29% drop for the twentieth studio album. Marillion offered free taxi rides across London to promote the record.
Bad Omens, The Death Of Peace Of Mind (Sumerian)
#186 (from 150)
A 22% fall for their third album.
Knocked Loose, A Tear In The Fabric Of Life (Pure Noise)
A 7% increase. 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.”
Watch the short film here.
Saxon, Carpe Diem (Silver Lining)
Their twenty-third studio album drops 13% in week seven.
Bloodywood, Rakshak (Independent)
The debut album by Indian folk heavy metal band jumps 56%!
Amorphis, Halo (Atomic Fire)
The Finnish based band’s fourteenth studio album falls 43%.
Dying Wish, Fragments Of A Bitter Memory (SharpTone Records)
Dying Wish returns with a 103% spike. “This is screaming 2007 in the best possible way.” – Michael Pelz on YouTube. The most accurate description I’ve seen.
Poppy, Flux (Sumerian)
Poppy drops 4%.
Vio-Lence, Let The World Burn (Metal Blade)
The EP drops 68% in week three.
Shaman’s Harvest, Rebelator (Mascot)
The seventh album from the American hard rock band.
Mouse Rat, The Awesome Album(DualTone/Entertainment 720)
Andy Dywer and Mouse Rat are back!
Immolation, Acts Of God (Nuclear Blast)
Their eleventh studio album rises 5% in week five. Pure New York death metal.
Voivod, Synchro Anarchy (Century Media)
A 51% decrease for their fifteenth studio album. It’s their nineteenth release overall. Produced and mixed by Francis Perron.
HammerFall, Hammer Of Dawn (Napalm)
Their twelfth studio effort falls 44 % in week four.