The boy band's debut album also returned to the charts this week, indicating growing interest in the octet.
With their second-ever release, new boy bad ATEEZ makes a big impact on several Billboard charts to solidify them as a K-pop newcomer to definitely watch.
The eight-member act's new Treasure EP.2: Zero to One album sold 1,000 copies in the U.S. in the week ending Jan. 17, according to Nielsen Music. This is the group's best sales week in America to date. The effort lands ATEEZ at No. 5 on World Albums this week (their highest position on the chart so far) as well as No. 7 on Heatseekers Albums (a chart that sees far fewer K-pop acts earning entries). ATEEZ also land the highest new entry on World Albums this week, coming out on top with a competitive week in the K-pop scene with multiple other acts also releasing.