Coheed and Cambria, Vaxis II: A Window Of The Waking Mind (Roadrunner)
From Nyack, New York, the group drops their tenth studio album continuing their story from, The Unheavenly Creatures.
Porcupine Tree, Closure/Continuation (Music For Nations/Megaforce)
This is the British band’s eleventh studio album and their first since 2009’s The Incident.
Alexisonfire, Otherness (Dine Alone)
Their first album in 13 years, (2009) Old Crows / Young Cardinals.
Alestorm, Seventh Rum Of A Seventh Rum (Essential Music)
The appropriately titled seventh studio album by the Scottish heavy metal band.
Candy, Heaven Is Here (Relapse)
The sophomore album by the sweet named hardcore band.
Projected, Hypoxia (Rat Pak)
The third album by the supergroup. The band consists of Sevendust guitarist John Connolly and bassist Vince Hornsby, Alter Bridge drummer Scott Phillips, and Tremonti guitarist Eric Friedman.
Black Stone Cherry, Live From The Royal Albert Hall… Y’all (Mascot)
Celebrating their 20th anniversary at The Royal Albert Hall.
The Warning, Error (Lava/Republic)
Third studio album by the Mexican rock band.
Saor, Origins (Season Of Mist)
Folky black metal from the hills of Scotland. Fun fact, SAOR, in Scottish Gaelic means free.
Greg Puciato, Mirrorcell (Federal Prisoner)
The Dillinger Escape Plan vocalist drops his sophomore solo album. This record features Reba Meyers from Code Orange.
Classless Act, Welcome To The Show (Better Noise)
Los Angeles rock band dropping their debut record.
Final Light, Final Light (Red Creek)
A one-time only project featuring Perturbator and Cult of Luna’s Johannes Persson.
Darkane, Inhuman Spirits (Massacre)
The seventh studio album from the Helsingborg natives. The record was mixed and mastered by Lawrence Mackrory at Rorysound Studios.
Werewolves, From The Cave To The Grave (Prosthetic)
Victorius, Dinosaur Warfare Pt. 2 – The Great Ninja War (Napalm)
Part two for the world of myths, tales and battles.
Devil’s Train, Ashes & Bones (Napalm)
Celebrating their 10th anniversary with a new album.
Def Leppard, Diamond Star Halos (UME)
#20 (from 6)
Week 5 features a 7% drop. This is the band’s twelfth studio album and first in seven years.
Converge & Chelsea Wolfe, Bloodmoon: I (Epitaph)
On this new record, Converge has enlisted the talents of Chelsea Wolfe in collaboration with her bandmate Ben Chisholm and Stephen Brodsky of Cave In, and Mutoid Man.
The Smile, A Light For Attracting Attention (XL)
#26 (from 3)
A new band consisting of Radiohead members Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood along with Sons of Kemet drummer Tom Skinner.
Red Hot Chili Peppers, Unlimited Love (Warner)
#52 (from 22)
Red Hot Chili Peppers drop 40% in week thirteen.
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Butterfly 3000 (KGLW)
The Melbourne natives return to the charts! Check out their new remixed version here!
Ghost, Impera (Loma Vista/Concord)
#75 (from 67)
A 24% drop for the nameless ghouls. Catch them on tour with Mastodon and Spiritbox.
Motionless In White, Scoring The End Of The World (Roadrunner)
#96 (from 37)
The horror theme band drops their sixth record.
Bad Omens, The Death Of Peace Of Mind (Sumerian)
A massive 299% rise for their third album.
Halestorm, Back From The Dead (Atlantic)
#114 (from 76)
The fifth studio album from Lzzy Hale and her brother drops 31%.
Shadow Of Intent, Elegy (Blood Blast)
Connecticut’s favorite symphonic deathcore outfit are back on the charts.
Rammstein, Zeit (Universal)
#160 (from 93)
The German shock unit drops 39% in week neun.
Three Days Grace, Explosions (RCA)
#174 (from 121)
Their seventh studio album drops only 23% in week eight.
Kreator, Hate Uber Alles (Nuclear Blast)
#187 (from 141)
Jungle Rot, A Call To Arms (Unique Leader)
Their 11th studio album but their debut on Unique Leader Records.
Dorothy, Gifts From The Holy Ghost (Roc Nation)
Frontwoman, Dorothy Martin’s third studio album drops 7%.
Cave In, Heavy Pendulum (Relapse)
The Massachusetts group falls 26% in week six. This is their first album since the death of longtime bassist Caleb Scofield. Joining them on this record is Converge bassist Nate Newton.
Knocked Loose, A Tear In The Fabric Of Life (Pure Noise)
The hardcore unit is up 28% on week 27.
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.
Undeath, It’s Time… To Rise From The Grave (Prosthetic)
A 6% rise for the Rochester group.
Don Broco, Amazing Things (Sharptone)
Don Broco return to the charts! The physical release on 28 January 2022 allowed the album to become the band’s first UK No.1 album.
Killswitch Engage, Live At The Palladium (Metal Blade)
This is from their livestream performance from 2021 where they performed Atonement and their 2000 self-titled record in it’s entirety.
Poppy, Flux (Sumerian)
Poppy returns again…and again…and again!
Envy Of None, Envy Of None (Kscope)
The debut record of Rush guitarist, Alex Lifeson increases by 33%.
Decapitated, Cancer Culture (Nuclear Blast)
Decapitated drop 7% in week five. It’s their comeback album after being free and cleared of their sexual assault allegations.
Crobot, Feel This (Mascot)
The fourth album from the Pottsville natives drops 33% in week four.