With "Living the Dream," the band becomes just the eighth act with at least 10 leaders in the chart's nearly 40-year history.
Five Finger Death Punch becomes one of just eight acts with at least 10 No. 1s on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Airplay chart over the list's nearly 40-year history, as "Living the Dream" jumps 3-1 on the tally dated Feb. 6.
The band arrived on the chart in August 2007 with "The Bleeding," which became its first of 25 top 10s to date. The rockers first ruled with "Coming Down," their ninth top 10, in September 2012.
"Dream" is also Five Finger Death Punch's sixth straight No. 1, dating to "Sham Pain" in September 2018. The group is the second act with such a streak, following Disturbed, which earned seven in a row in August 2015-September 2019, followed by the No. 3-peaking "Hold On to Memories" in April 2020.