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Bring Me the Horizon Claim Record 7 of Top 10 on Hot Hard Rock Songs Chart

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Joshua Gordon

Bring Me The Horizon

The band passes Van Halen for the mark over the list's brief history.

Bring Me the Horizon becomes the first act with as many as seven titles in the top 10 simultaneously on Billboard's Hot Hard Rock Songs chart dated Nov. 14.

Concurrently, the group's new LP Post Human: Survival Horror starts at No. 3 on Hard Rock Albums with 14,000 equivalent album units earned, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.

Leading the way on Hot Hard Rock Songs, the set's "Parasite Eve" shoots 8-1 for its second week atop the list. Previously, it ruled the tally dated July 11 and has since remained in the top 15 each week. The track leads with 1.5 million U.S. streams in the week ending Nov. 5, a 93% surge. The single also reached No. 18 on the Mainstream Rock Songs airplay chart in September.

"Teardrops," the album's new radio single, drops to No. 2 on Hot Hard Rock Songs after a week at No. 1, making Bring Me the Horizon the first act to replace itself at the summit over the chart's five-month history. "Teardrops" became the third No. 1 for the band; "Obey," with Yungblud, crowned the tally in September and concurrently ranks at No. 6. No other act has so far scored more than one ruler.

The band's "Kingslayer," featuring Babymetal, is the week's top debut on the chart, bowing at No. 4.

With seven songs in the top 10, Bring Me the Horizon eclipses the six songs Van Halen sent into the top 10 on the tally dated Oct. 17, following the Oct. 6 passing of co-founder Eddie Van Halen.

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