Halestorm, Back From The Dead (Atlantic)
The fifth studio album from Lzzy Hale and her brother.
Three Days Grace, Explosions (RCA)
TDG has put forth their seventh studio and third without former singer Adam Gontier (Saint Asonia).
Terror, Pain Into Power (Pure Noise)
Eighth studio album from the Los Angeles hardcore group.
Fozzy, Boombox (Century Media)
Chris Jericho’s band drops their eighth studio record.
Silverstein, Misery Made Me (UNFD)
The tenth album from the Canadian band.
Ibaraki, Rashomon (Nuclear Blast)
Trivium’s Matt Heafy teamed up with Emperor frontman, Ihsahn for this black metal project.
Upon A Burning Body, Fury (Seek & Strike)
The sixth studio album from the very fine dressed boys. Remember when lead singer Danny Leal faked his kidnapping?
Jeff Scott Soto, Complicated (Frontiers)
The talented vocalist puts forth his eleventh solo record.
Motor Sister, Get Off (Metal Blade)
The supergroup comprised of vocalist/guitarist Jim Wilson (Mother Superior), guitarist Scott Ian (Anthrax), bassist Joey Vera (Armored Saint), drummer John Tempesta (White Zombie, The Cult) and vocalist Pearl Aday (Pearl). This second record features new original material, unlike their first cover record.
Haunter, Discarnate Ails (Profound Lore)
Formed ten years ago as a “screamo” band, they now put out their third record consisting of technical death metal riffage.
Cosmic Putrefaction, Crepuscular Dirge For The Blessed Ones (Profound Lore)
Italian death metal steered by the mastermind and multi-instrumentalist, Gabriele Gramaglia.
Pure Reason Revolution, Above Cirrus (InsideOut)
This is their fifth studio album but also their second since reuniting in 2019.
Jani Liimatainen, My Father’s Son (Frontiers)
Insomnium guitarist puts forth his new solo record with several guest appearances.
Black Eye, Black Eye (Frontiers)
Debut record for the David Readman (Pink Cream 69) fronted band..
Ufomammut, Fenice (Neurot)
The Italian natives return with their ninth studio album, Fenice, which translates to Phoenix in Italian.
Wo Fat, The Singularity (Ripple)
Wo Fat returns with their seventh studio album.
Christian Death, Evil Becomes Rule (Season Of Mist)
“Evil Becomes Rule is a dirgey, post-punk, goth opus full of instant dark classics. It’s worthy of all the diaphanous black veils, dead roses, dripped candle wax, and palo santo smoke you can muster.” – What a review from Noise Magazine.
Red Hot Chili Peppers, Unlimited Love (Warner)
#13 (from 11)
Red Hot Chili Peppers falls 20% in week five.
Rammstein, Zeit (Universal)
#19 (from 4)
The always entertaining German unit drop 82% in week two. Their eighth studio record was written and recorded during the lockdown in 2020-21.
Thrice, Horizons/East (Epitaph)
Thrice’s eleventh studio album returns to the charts!
Ghost, Impera (Loma Vista/Concord)
#68 (from 38)
Ghost drop 24%. Catch them on tour with Mastodon and Spiritbox.
Kirk Hammett, Portals EP (Blackened)
#120 (from 35)
A 61% drop for the the Metallica guitarist’s first ever EP.
Undeath, It’s Time… To Rise From The Grave (Prosthetic)
#112 (from 112)
A 19% drop for the Rochester group.
Envy Of None, Envy Of None (Kscope)
The debut record of Rush guitarist, Alex Lifeson, jumps 54% in week five.
Meshuggah, Immutable (Atomic Fire)
#152 (from 134)
The Swede’s drop by 8% in week seven.
Robin Trower, No More Worlds To Conquer (Provogue/Mascot)
#153 (from 20)
The British guitarist puts forth his 12th studio album.
Dorothy, Gifts From The Holy Ghost (Roc Nation)
#156 (from 94)
Frontwoman, Dorothy Martin’s third studio album drops 35%.
Watain, The Agony & Ecstasy Of Watain (Nuclear Blast)
#163 (from 29)
The Swedish black metal group drops 75 in week two.
#164 (from 142)
Korn’s fourteenth album falls 12% in week fourteen.
Seether, Vicennial – 2 Decades Of Seether (Craft)
#167 (from 200)
The compilation album jumps 26%.
Pearl Jam, Rearviewmirror (Greatest Hits 1991-2003) Vol. 1 (Epic)
#184 (from 173)
A 4% drop after their return. This contains 33 total tracks, including a 2 disc set compilation.
Scorpions, Rock Believer (Spinefarm)
#185 (from 170)
An 8% drop for the German band’s nineteenth studio album.
Ice Nine Kills, The Silver Scream 2: Welcome To Horrorwood (Fearless Records)
#185 (from 155)
Ice Nine Kills returns to the charts to tie the Scorpions.
Pearl Jam, Rearviewmirror (Greatest Hits 1991-2003) Vol. 2 (Epic)
#188 (from 195)
Compiled with 33 total tracks, including a 2 disc set compilation. Seems people enjoy Vol.1 more than Vol.2.
Tom Morello, The Atlas Underground Flood ( Mom + Pop Music)
It’s the third collaboration album by the Rage Against the Machine guitarist. Guest appearances include Alex Lifeson, Kirk Hammett, Manchester Orchestra, and more.
SeeYouSpaceCowboy, The Romance Of Affliction (Pure Noise Records)
SeeYouSpaceCowboy return to the charts!
Bad Omens, The Death Of Peace Of Mind (Sumerian)
Another 28% drop for their third album.
Knocked Loose, A Tear In The Fabric Of Life (Pure Noise)
The hardcore unit falls again by 10%.
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.
Devil Master, Ecstasies Of Never Ending Night (Relapse)
Devil Master drop 74% in week two. The new album was recorded live to analog tape by Pete DeBoer (Blood Incantation, Spectral Voice), not the former head hockey coach.
Beast In Black, Dark Connection (Nuclear Blast)
The Finnish quintet’s third studio jumps 46% after it’s return.
Poppy, Flux (Sumerian)
Poppy returns again!
Udo Dirkschneider, My Way (Atomic Fire Records)
The eighteenth studio album for U.D.O drops 18% in week three.
Immolation, Acts Of God (Nuclear Blast)
Pure New York death metal.
Lord, Forest Nocturne(Frontier)
A 14% drop in week three. The very first solo album from Greg Anderson aka The Lord (Engine Kid, sunn O))).
Blood Incantation, Timewave Zero (Century Media)
The Colorado natives return to the charts!
Dark Funeral, We Are The Apocalypse (Century Media)
The 7th studio album falls 38%.
Bodysnatcher, Bleed-Abide (Mnrk Records)
Deathcore band from Melbourne, FL with their most mature album to date.
Voivod, Synchro Anarchy (Century Media)
Their fifteenth studio album returns to the charts! It’s also their nineteenth release overall. Produced and mixed by Francis Perron.
Spectral Wound, A Diabolic Thirst (Profound Lore)
Back on the charts we have a raw and an immense sound from Quebec’s finest black metal.
Thunder, Dopamine (BMG)
The British hard rock unit falls 84%.
Monuments, In Stasis (Century Media)
The fourth album from the progressive metalcore unit drops 24% in week four.