Rammstein, Zeit (Universal)
The always entertaining German unit drop their eighth studio record. Written and recorded during the lockdown in 2020-21.
Robin Trower, No More Worlds To Conquer (Provogue/Mascot)
The British guitarist puts forth his 12th studio album.
Ann Wilson, Fierce Bliss (Silver Lining)
The Heart frontwoman puts out her third studio album.
Watain, The Agony & Ecstasy Of Watain (Nuclear Blast)
The Swedish black metal group returns triumphantly with their seventh full-length record.
Ted Nugent, Detroit Muscle (Pavement)
The controversial and outspoken guitarist puts forth his sixteenth studio record.
Devil Master, Ecstasies Of Never Ending Night (Relapse)
Devil Master’s new album was recorded live to analog tape by Pete DeBoer (Blood Incantation, Spectral Voice), not the former head hockey coach.
Thunder, Dopamine (BMG)
The British hard rock unit release a nice double album.
Helms Alee, Keep This Be The Way (Sargent House)
The sixth album by the experimental Seattle group.
Kaipa, Urskog (InsideOut)
The fourteenth studio record for the Swedish progressive unit.
Red Hot Chili Peppers, Unlimited Love (Warner)
#11 (from 3)
Red Hot Chili Peppers falls 61% in week four. Guitarist John Frusciante spoke with Total Guitar and has an “appreciation of the chemistry” of the band.
Kirk Hammett, Portals EP (Blackened)
#35 (from 4)
An 82% drop for the the Metallica guitarist’s first ever EP. Remember, James and Lars allowed him to do this..
Ghost, Impera (Loma Vista/Concord)
#38 (from 57)
Ghost might have jumped up the charting ladder but their sales dropped 32%. Fun fact, according to frontman Tobias Forge, the band has gone through 15 member changes.
Dorothy, Gifts From The Holy Ghost (Roc Nation)
#94 (from 50)
Frontwoman, Dorothy Martin’s third studio album drops 69%.
Undeath, It’s Time… To Rise From The Grave (Prosthetic)
112 (from 55)
A 73% drop for the Rochester group.
Meshuggah, Immutable (Atomic Fire)
#134 (from 193)
The Swede’s drop by 16% in week six but rise several chart positions.
KoRn, Requiem (Loma Vista)
#142 (from 198)
Korn’s fourteenth album falls 19% in week thirteen.
Greta Van Fleet, The Battle At Garden’s Gate (Lava/Republic Records)
This is the band’s second full-length album and has sold over 163,800 copies.
Joe Satriani, The Elephants Of Mars (earMusic)
Eighteenth studio album. Produced by Eric Caudieux and engineered and Edited by Eric Caudieux at Chateau Faf Acton, CA.
Scorpions, Rock Believer (Spinefarm)
Another 19% fall for the German band’s nineteenth studio album.
Pearl Jam, Rearviewmirror (Greatest Hits 1991-2003) Vol. 1 (Epic)
An album compiled with 33 total tracks, including a 2 disc set compilation.
Iron Maiden, Senjutsu (Parlophone Records)
The mighty Iron Maiden return to the charts!
Catch them on tour with Trivium and Within Temptation!
Turnstile, Glow On (Roadrunner Records)
The Baltimore band returns to the charts with arguably their most successful record.
Pearl Jam, Rearviewmirror (Greatest Hits 1991-2003) Vol. 2 (Epic)
The first official greatest hits record. Compiled with 33 total tracks, including a 2 disc set compilation. Seems people enjoy Vol.1 more than Vol.2.
Seether, Vicennial – 2 Decades Of Seether (Craft)
The compilation album returns for some chartin’ pleasure.
Envy Of None, Envy Of None (Kscope)
The debut record of Rush guitarist, Alex Lifeson, drops 28% in week four.
Bad Omens, The Death Of Peace Of Mind (Sumerian)
A 65% drop for their third album.
Knocked Loose, A Tear In The Fabric Of Life (Pure Noise)
The hardcore unit falls 25%.
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.
Black Swan, Generation Mind (Frontiers)
An 11% drop in week four. This band features vocalist Robin Mcauley (Mcauley Schenker Group), guitarist Reb Beach (Winger, Whitesnake), bassist Jeff Pilson (Foreigner, The End Machine, Ex-Dokken), and drummer Matt Starr (Ace Frehley, Mr. Big).
Destruction, Diabolical (Napalm)
The German thrash titans drop 28% in week four.
Northlane, Obsidian (Believe)
The Australian band drops way down with 81%.
Immolation, Acts Of God (Nuclear Blast)
Pure New York death metal returning to the charts.
Lord, Forest Nocturne(Frontier)
An 88% drop in week two. The very first solo album from Greg Anderson aka The Lord (Engine Kid, sunn O))).
This World Is Going To Ruin You (Closed Casket)
The sophomore effort drops 49%.
Shadow Academy, Shadow Academy(Independent)
An 83% drop in week two. “Shadow Academy is a new prog rock duo featuring Dan Avidan, singer for comedy rock outfit Ninja Sex Party and co-host of the YouTube games channel Game Grumps and Emmy Award winning record producer and songwriter Jim Roach.”
Fit For An Autopsy, Oh What The Future Holds(Nuclear Blast)
The New Jersey natives return to the charts as they trek across Europe on tour.
Monuments, In Stasis (Century Media)
The fourth album from the progressive metalcore unit drops 26% in week three.
Beast In Black, Dark Connection (Nuclear Blast)
The Finnish quintet’s third studio returns to the charts!
The Hellacopters, Eyes Of Oblivion (Nuclear Blast)
A surprising 53% jump in week four. This is the eighth studio album from the Swedish high-energy rock and roll band.
John 5 The Creatures, Sinner (Big Machine)
The Rob Zombie guitarist returns to the charts with his instrumental solo record.