These are the chart rankings from 9/29! A lot of notable debuts! Enjoy!
Spiritbox, Eternal Blue (Rise Records)
An incredible debut for such a fairly new band. One of the biggest bands to rise out of the pandemic. Well deserved chart success!
Carcass, Torn Arteries (Nuclear Blast)
The seventh studio album from the Liverpool natives. It’s the first album to feature guitarist Rom Draper.
Eidola, The Architect (Blue Swan/Rise)
Salt Lake City’s own Eidola drops a post-hardcore rager.
Candlebox, Wolves (Pavement Entertainment)
The seventh studio album from the Seattle hard rock band.
Thrice, Horizons/East (Epitaph)
Thrice drops their experimental and relevant eleventh album.
Dream Theater, Lost Not Forgotten Archives: Master Of Puppets – Live In Barcelona, 2002 (InsideOut)
This is the next release of the ‘Lost Not Forgotten Archives.’ The main purpose is to re-release and reissue the entire Ytsejam Records catalog.
Mono, Pilgrimage Of The Soul (Temporary Residence Ltd.)
This Japanese experimental band has been around for 22 years and has now released their 11th studio album.
Alien Weaponry, Tangaroa (Napalm Records)
The second studio album from Waipu, New Zealand.
Vulvodynia, Praenuntius Infiniti (Unique Leader)
“Vulvodynia is a chronic, severe vaginal pain with no identifiable cause.” The fifth album from South African slam juggernauts.
Insomnium, Argent Moon (Century Media)
Something new from the softer side of Insomnium. Check out our interview with bassist/vocalist Niilo Sevänen!
The Plot In You, Swan Song (Fearless)
The Ohio based band released their fifth studio album.
Edge Of Paradise, The Unknown (Frontiers Music Srl)
The Canadian band recruited Mike Plotnikoff (Halestorm, Three Days Grace) and Neil Sanderson (Three Days Grace) for their fourth studio album.
Brainstorm, Wall Of Skulls (AFM)
It’s their 13th studio album. Crazy how time flies!
Arcturus, Stars And Oblivion: The Complete Works 1991-2002 (Prophecy)
The Norwegian avant-garde metal legends release a massive boxset of their legacy.
Rage, Resurrection Day (Steamhammer/SPV)
What a rager for the German natives 25th studio record.
Vega, Anarchy And Unity (Frontiers)
The band’s seventh studio album still features that classy, but mature sound.
Employed To Serve, Conquering (Spinefarm)
The British outfit release their highly acclaimed fourth studio album.
Iron Maiden, Senjutsu (Parlophone Records)
#9 (from #2)
Iron Maiden’s seventeenth studio album drops 47% in week three.
Greta Van Fleet, The Battle At Garden’s Gate (Lava/Republic Records)
#23 (from 21)
A small 3% decrease for the Michigan band.
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Butterfly 3000 (KGLW)
#39 (from 20)
The Melbourne natives stay alive with a 47% drop for their 18th studio album.
Staind, Live: It’s Been Awhile (BMG)
Staind “Can’t Believe” they are “Right Here” but they’ll “Take It.”
Twiztid, Unlikely Prescription (Majik Ninja Entertainment)
#83 (from 14)
The 15th album from the Detroit based hip hop duo drops 77% in week two.
Turnstile, Glow On (Roadrunner Records)
#89 (from 70)
The Baltimore band’s fourth album drops 25% in week four.
GWAR, Scumdogs XXX Live (The Pit Records)
#128 (from 82)
The live album filmed in an empty crack house in Richmond, VA drops 37%.
Foo Fighters, Medicine At Midnight (Roswell)
#147 (from 163)
A 12% jump! Now There Is Nothing Left to Lose.
Aborted, ManiaCult (Century Media)
#175 (from 55)
The 11-track effort for the Belgian death metal band decreases by 67%.
Megadeth, Unplugged In Boston – Live 2001 (Cleopatra Records)
#182 (from 165)
The rare and limited acoustic album drops 6% in week four.
Jonny Craig, The Places We’ll Never Be (Independent)
The solo record from the former Dance Gavin Dance singer drops 52%.
Witch Vomit, Abhorrent Rapture (20 Buck Spin)
The EP might be back on the charts but drops 35%.
Leprous, Aphelion (InsideOutMusic)
A 9% increase for the seventh studio album from the Notodden natives.
Mouse Rat, The Awesome Album (DualTone/Entertainment 720)
A 42% fall in week four. Still, Andy Dwyer will always be proud.
Ex Deo, The Thirteen Years Of Nero (Napalm Records)
The side project of Kataklysm frontman, Maurizio Iacon, drops their fourth album focusing on the history of the Roman Empire.
Darkthrone, Eternal Hails (Peaceville)
A 12% increase in week 13. It’s a great album.
Powerwolf, Call Of The Wild (Napalm Records)
A 20% rise for the story of a man-eating half-wolf, half-dog hybrid.
Seven Spires, Gods Of Debauchery (Frontiers)
“An American metal quartet specializing in melancholic tales and tenebrous grandeur.” – Awesome but they still dropped by 65% this week.
The Night Flight Orchestra, Aeromantic II (Nuclear Blast)
The side project from Soilwork masterminds, Björn Strid and David Andersson. It re-enters the chart with a 17% increase.