Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.
Man, I remember a mere a few weeks ago I was breezing through this column. Now so many albums have been added. Either that or I’m just slow and haven’t had enough caffeine. Either way, got a good list of new stuff and a few albums that have popped up again after an absence (more Behemoth anyone?). I went ahead and decided to give the new Týr a listen as I’ve only listened to one or two songs of theirs before and it’s pretty good so far. Oh, and the new Amon Amarth rips. So I guess I’m just all Nordic up in here today.
Tesla’s ninth album did even better than their 2014 release
Children Of Bodom, Hexed
Bodom’s tenth album didn’t sell as much as its predecessor
but it charted higher.
This is the band’s fifth studio album.
This is the hardcore band’s debut album.
This is the band’s second studio album.
This is the band’s debut album.
#25 (from 32)
An 18% boost.
A 43% drop.
A 68% drop in week two.
The Claypool Lennon Delirium, South Of Reality(ATO)
#46 (from 54)
A slight boost of 2%.
#51 (from 42)
A 17% drop.
This has re-appeared on the charts, having dropped off sometime last November.
Shinedown, Attention Attention (Atlantic)
#73 (from 72)
A 2% drop
#82 (from 17)
A 74% drop in week two.
#100 (from 120)
This continues to climb back up the charts with a 22% boost.
Demon Hunter, War
#128 (from 7)
This took a second week 92% drop.
Five Finger Death Punch, And Justice For None (Prospect Park)
#132 (from 127)
A 8% drop with over 180,000 sold.
Breaking Benjamin, Ember
#133 (from 123)
A 13% drop.
Demon Hunter, Peace
#136 (from 8)
This also took a second week 92% drop.
Mark Morton, Anesthetic
#144 (from 22)
A 81% second week drop.
A 51% drop.
#165 (from 149)
A 16% drop.
The Smashing Pumpkins, SHINY AND OH SO BRIGHT, VOL. 1 / LP: NO PAST. NO FUTURE. NO SUN (Napalm)
This got an enormous 220% boost back up the charts.
#173 (from 163)
A 13% drop. Also, out of curiosity I looked up the track list for this to see how it compares to the dozens of other KISS compilations and all I can say is…really? This is selection you’re picking to coincide with your farewell tour? No “God of Thunder”, “Cold Gin”, “Black Diamond”, not even “Strutter”? Lame.
Ghost, Prequelle (Loma Vista)
#175 (from 186)
A 2% drop. Anyone else ready for a new Ghost EP?
#176 (from 137)
A 29% drop.
This got a 6% boost back up.
Bring Me The Horizon, amo
#190 (from 188)
A 12% drop.
A 4% boost back up.
Within Temptation, Resist
This reappears with over 10,000 sold.
Popularity continues with a 4% boost.
A second week 64% drop
Last In Line, II
A 52% drop.
A boost of 8% is what you want.
A 82% drop in week two.