Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.
It flummoxes me sometimes how fast summer seems to go by. Where I live kids are already back in school and college students are moving in. In just sixteen days we’ll enter September, and while Labor Day weekend is usually considered the last hurrah of the summer, August always ends up feeling like the Sunday of months: you want to get out and enjoy things before summer is over but you’re always aware that September and fall are looming in the background. Nothing against fall, obviously, especially since now we know we’re getting a new Converge album
Wage War, Deadweight
Wage War’s second album marks their best debut yet following their 2015 debut LP
Accept’s fifteenth album is their highest charting yet in the US.
The debut album from the group including Dave Lombardo and Mike Patton.
This doom rendition of Pink Floyd’s legendary album has a pretty solid start on the charts.
Quiet Riot’s thirteenth studio album features American Idol contestant James Durbin on lead vocals.
This is the second album from Les Claypool and Sean Lennon following last year’s debut.
New band featuring the Lionetti brothers, originally of Emmure.
This is the sophomore releade from the League of Legends themed band.
#47 (from 6)
This takes a 73% drop in week two.
In This Moment, Ritual
#71 (from 40)
A 40% drop.
Stone Sour, Hydrograd
#82 (from 66)
A 18% drop with nearly 50,000 sold.
#130 (from 106)
A 12% drop with just under 20,000 sold.
#133 (from 70)
A 45% drop with nearly 30,000 sold.
Highly Suspect, The Boy Who Died Wolf (300 Entertainment)
An 11% boost back up to the charts.
I Prevail, Lifelines (Fearless)
#183 (from 168)
A 6% drop.
A 34% drop.
Skillet, Unleashed (Atlantic)
#193 (from 155)
A 17% drop.
#200 (from 20)
This took a second week 89% drop to the bottom of the charts.
A 79% second week drop.
A 72% drop in week two.
Hundredth, Rare (Hopeless Records)
A boost of 37%.
Oceans Ate Alaska, Hikari
An 85% drop.
A 61% drop.
A big 62% boost.
Letters From The Fire, Worth the Pain (Sand Hill)
A drop of 5%.
A 4% boost.
A 44% drop.
Decapitated, Anticult (Nuclear Blast)
A 22% drop.
Seventh Day Slumber, Found
A 66% drop in week two.
A 77% drop in week two.
Boris, Dear (Sargent House)
A 16% boost.
A 17% boost as the band’s tour with Spotlights continues on.
An 88% drop.
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Nonagon Infinity (ATO)
A 21% boost brings this back up.
Warbeast release their third and final album.