Red Hot Chili Peppers, Unlimited Love (Warner)
Red Hot Chili Peppers and former guitarist, John Frusciante, reunite for their twelfth studio record. Fun fact, only six albums feature John Frusciante.
Kublai Khan TX, Lowest Form Of Animal (Rise)
The Texas hardcore band put for their new five track EP. Guest appearance from Terror frontman, Scott Vogel.
The Hellacopters, Eyes Of Oblivion (Nuclear Blast)
The eighth studio album from the Swedish high-energy rock and roll band.
Carpenter Brut, Leather Terror (Universal)
An intro to the bloody and electric adventures of young Bret, Carpenter Brut unveils the sequel: Leather Terror.
Satan, Earth Infernal (Metal Blade)
Satan ironically selling the number of the angel for their sixth full-length record. Slipknot would be proud.
Nekrogoblikon, The Fundamental Slimes And Humours (Self)
The “Best Goblin Metal on the Planet” releases their 5th full-length record.
Wolf, Shadowland (Century Media)
The 9th studio album from the Swedish heavy metal act.
Evil Invaders, Shattering Reflection (Napalm)
It might have took five years but they finally unleashed their third studio record.
VOLA, Live From The Pool (Mascot)
A special performance from September 2021. VOLA performed in a swimming pool of the abandoned Auderød military camp in North Zealand near Copenhagen, Denmark.
Meshuggah, Immutable (Atomic Fire)
#6 (from 49)
Now that’s more like it! The Swede’s jump a staggering 375% in week two, now tallying over 10,000 records sold. However, their 2016 album, The Violent Sleep of Reason, sold 18,075 copies during it’s debut week.
Ghost, Impera (Loma Vista/Concord)
#14 (from 12)
Ghost drops 22% in week four. 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.
Foo Fighters, Medicine At Midnight(Roswell)
#44 (from 46)
The tenth studio album drops 6% after it’s return to the charts. The band has canceled all appearances after the death of drummer Taylor Hawkins.
Animals As Leaders, Parrhesia (Sumerian)
#49 (from 17)
5th studio album from the instrumental progressive metal unit drops 59% in week two.
Deafheaven, Infinite Granite (Sargent House)
Deafheaven reemerge! The fifth studio album from the San Francisco natives. Produced by none other than Justin Meidal-Johnsen. Give it a listen on Bandcamp.
Scorpions, Rock Believer (Spinefarm)
#73 (from 79)
A 4% increase for the German band’s nineteenth studio album.
Pearl Jam, Rearviewmirror (Greatest Hits 1991-2003) Vol. 1 (Epic)
#86 (from 65)
A 24% drop after it’s return. Vol.1 of the first official greatest hits record. Compiled with 33 total tracks, including a 2 disc set compilation.
KoRn, Requiem (Loma Vista)
#94 (from 85)
Korn’s fourteenth album drops another 12% in week nine.
Pearl Jam, Rearviewmirror (Greatest Hits 1991-2003) Vol. 2 (Epic)
#109 (from 41)
A 60% drop for Vol.2. The first official greatest hits record. Compiled with 33 total tracks, including a 2 disc set compilation. Seems people enjoy Vol.2 more than Vol.1.
Sabaton, The War To End All Wars (Nuclear Blast)
#124 (from 94)
The Swedish power metal historians drop 29%.
Soul Glo, Diaspora Problems (Epitaph)
#130 (from 153)
A 6% jump for the rap-noise rock group from Pennsylvania.
Greta Van Fleet, The Battle At Garden’s Gate (Lava/Republic Records)
#132 (from 117)
GVF drop 19% in week 51.
Abbath, Dread Reaver (Season Of Mist)
#141 (from 44)
Abbath drop 69% in week two.
Eddie Vedder, Earthling (Republic)
#143 (from 166)
A lot of Pearl Jam on the charts the past two weeks. This is the frontman’s second solo album. Features appearances from Stevie Wonder, Elton John and Ringo Starr.
Jerry Cantrell, Brighten (Independent)
Brighten is the third solo album by the Alice in Chains guitarist/vocalist Jerry Cantrell.
Dream Widow, Dream Widow EP (Roswell)
#164 (from 21)
An 86% drop for the Foo Fighters’ fictional band. This is from their recently released horror comedy film, Studio 666.
Matt Pike, Pike vs The Automaton (MNRK Heavy)
Matt Pike returns too! This is the debut album from the Sleep/High on Fire mastermind. Guest appearances from Brent Hinds (Mastodon), Alyssa Maucere-Pike (Lord Dying, Grigax), Chad “Chief” Hartgrave, Josh Greene (El Cerdo), Todd Burdette (Tragedy), and High On Fire’s Jeff Matz.
Blood Incantation, Timewave Zero (Century Media)
The Colorado natives drop 43%.
Tom Morello, The Atlas Underground Fire ( Mom + Pop Music)
Tom Morello reappears! It’s the second collaboration album by the Rage Against the Machine guitarist. Guest appearances include Bring Me the Horizon, Bruce Springsteen, Eddie Vedder and more.
Knocked Loose, A Tear In The Fabric Of Life (Pure Noise)
The hardcore outfit jumps 39%. 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.
Absent In Body, Plague God (Relapse)
The debut drops 59% in week two. This is the brainchild of Iggor Cavalera (ex-Sepultura, Cavalera Conspiracy), Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Mathieu Vandekerckhove (Amenra) and Colin H. Van Eeckhout (Amenra).
Dark Funeral, We Are The Apocalypse (Century Media)
The 7th studio album from the Swedes drops 23% in week three.
John 5 The Creatures, Sinner (Big Machine)
The Rob Zombie guitarist returns to the charts with his instrumental solo record.
Voivod, Synchro Anarchy (Century Media)
A 15% jump for their fifteenth studio album. It’s their nineteenth release overall. Produced and mixed by Francis Perron.
Vein.FM, This World Is Going To Ruin You (Closed Casket)
Vein jumps another 50% after their return to the charts. Hopefully, they don’t destroy anymore venue gear.
Killing Joke, Lord Of Chaos (Spinefarm)
The EP jumps 10% in week two. This is the follow up their 2015 Pylon record.
Mouse Rat, The Awesome Album(DualTone/Entertainment 720)
Andy Dywer and Mouse Rat jump another 10%.
Bad Omens, The Death Of Peace Of Mind (Sumerian)
Another 34% drop for their third album.
ERRA, ERRA (UNFD)
ERRA drops only 4%. This is their deluxe version of their self-titled including 3 new songs and 3 new covers.
Saxon, Carpe Diem (Silver Lining)
Their twenty-third studio album experiences an 11% rise in week nine.
Michael Romeo, War Of The Worlds, Part 2 (InsideOut)
A 77% fall for part two to the Symphony X guitarists’ project.
God’s Hate, God’s Hate (Closed Casket Activities)
God’s Hate is a hardcore outfit formed by pro wrestler Brody King and Colin Young of Twitching Tongues. Over 2,200 copies sold YTD.
Nite, Voices Of The Kronian Moon (Season Of Mist)
The sophomore effort drops 57% in week two. Blackened heavy metal from San Francisco.
Amorphis, Halo (Atomic Fire)
After a very brief hiatus from the charts, the Finnish based band’s fourteenth album returns. Over 3,200 copies sold YTD.