Five Finger Death Punch Lands Fifth No. 1 on Hard Rock Albums Chart

Five Finger Death Punch
Jason Swarr

Five Finger Death Punch

'And Justice for None,' the metal band's seventh studio set, also opens at No. 1 on Top Rock Albums.

Five Finger Death Punch lands its fifth total and consecutive No. 1 on Billboard's Hard Rock Albums chart (all earned since 2013), as And Justice for None starts at No. 1 on the June 2-dated list with 71,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music.

Each of the metal band's quintet of leaders have launched at No. 1, including 2017's greatest hits set, A Decade of Destruction (currently at No. 5). The band also boasts a pair of top-three albums on the chart: 2011's American Capitalist (No. 2) and 2009's War Is the Answer (No. 3).

The new LP also becomes FFDP's fourth to rule Top Rock Albums and bows at No. 4 on the all-genre Billboard 200 as its fifth top-five title; it's off two spots from the band's personal Billboard 200 best, achieved with the first and second volumes of 2013's The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell series and 2015's Got Your Six.

Concurrently, the new set's "Sham Pain" breaks into the top 20 of the Mainstream Rock Songs airplay chart (23-16). It's also the greatest gainer in both streaming and sales on the Hot Rock Songs survey (25-14), which blends airplay, streaming and digital sales data.

In all, FFDP nets six of the 50 positions on the latest Hot Rock Songs chart, led by its cover of The Offspring's "Gone Away" (16-12), which was initially released on A Decade of Destruction as the group's single directly before "Sham Pain". Additionally, the album's "Blue on Black" (a Kenny Wayne Shepherd cover) and "When the Seasons Change" debut at Nos. 19 and 33, respectively, while "Fake" re-enters at a new peak of No. 29.


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