The band lands three No. 1s from a single album for the first time.
The coronation of "Fire" sparks a first in the Dave Grohl-fronted band's history: Parent LP Medicine at Midnight becomes the group's first album to spin off three No. 1 singles on Mainstream Rock Airplay, as the song follows the reigns of "Shame Shame" and "Waiting on a War." The band previously released three albums each with two leaders on the survey.
Meanwhile, in the Mainstream Rock Airplay chart's 40-year history, Foo Fighters are just the sixth act to notch as many as 11 No. 1s, tying the totals of Five Finger Death Punch and Godsmack. Shinedown leads with 16, followed by Three Days Grace (15) and Van Halen (13).