Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.
Good Tiger, We Will All Be Gone (Metal Blade)
The band’s second album makes a solid debut.
Fu Manchu, Clone Of The Universe (At The Dojo)
This is the band’s 12th album and features Rush’s very own Alex Lifeson on the final track.
Harm’s Way, Posthuman (Metal Blade)
The band’s fourth album doesn’t sell quite as much as its predecessor.
Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals, Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue (Housecore)
This has been out a few weeks now, but this its first appearance on the charts.
Legend Of The Seagullmen, Legend Of The Seagullmen (Dine Alone)
The supergroup featuring Danny Carey (Tool) and Brent Hinds (Mastodon) makes its debut.
Visigoth, Conquerer’s Oath (Metal Blade)
This is the band’s second album.
The Atlas Moth, Coma Noir (Prosthetic)
This is the band’s fourth studio album.
Therion, Beloved Antichrist (Nuclear Blast)
The band’s fifteenth album is three hours long.
#86 (from 168)
Foo Fighters, Concrete and Gold (RCA/Roswell)
#95 (from 88)
A 5% boost.
A 33% drop. Also, things aren’t looking great for the band’s current tour.
Joe Satriani, What Happens Next (Sony)
#144 (from 124)
A slight 2% drop.
Theory of a Deadman, Wake Up Call (Atlantic)
#153 (from 166)
A 16% boost with over 40,000 sold.
Corrosion Of Conformity, No Cross No Crown (Nuclear Blast)
#164 (from 85)
A 37% drop.
Linkin Park, One More Light Live (Warner Bros.)
#174 (from 162)
A tiny drop of 1%.
Saxon, Thunderbolt (Militia Guard)
#180 (from 58)
A 63% second week drop.
A 41% boost a year after release.
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, Flying Microtonal Banana (ATO)
A 9% boost.
Mammoth Grinder, Cosmic Crypt (Relapse)
A 48% drop.
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, Sketches of Brunswick East (ATO)
A 24% boost brings this back up.
Ded, Mis•an•thrope (Surestone)
A 3% drop.
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, Murder Of The Universe (ATO)
A 36% drop, but hey the other two albums got boosts.