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Five Finger Death Punch Ties for Most Hard Rock Albums No. 1s

The band and Linkin Park each have six leaders since the chart's 2007 inception.

Five Finger Death Punch nets its record-tying sixth No. 1 on Billboard‘s Hard Rock Albums chart, as F8 bows atop the March 14-dated survey.

The set starts with 55,000 equivalent album units earned in its first week, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.

With six No. 1s on Hard Rock Albums, all in a row, the heavy metal act ties Linkin Park for the most leaders in the history of the survey, which dates to 2007. Each of FFDP’s LPs have debuted at No. 1 since 2013, beginning with The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell: Volume 1 that August; the streak also includes a best-of package, A Decade of Destruction, that first led in December 2017.


Most Hard Rock Albums No. 1s
6, Five Finger Death Punch
6, Linkin Park
5, Breaking Benjamin
5, Disturbed
5, Foo Fighters
5, Korn
5, Nickelback
5, Pearl Jam

F8 also debuts at No. 2 on Top Rock Albums, becoming Five Finger Death Punch’s seventh straight set to reach the tally’s top two (four of which have hit No. 1). On the all-format Billboard 200, the album enters at No. 8 as the band’s seventh top 10.

Concurrently, the act claims nine of the 50 positions on the streaming-, sales- and airplay-based Hot Rock Songs list, paced by lead single “Inside Out,” which zooms 22-3 as the tally’s Greatest Gainer in streaming (1.8 U.S. streams, up 139%) and sales (5,000 sold, up 492%). The band also nabs the chart’s Hot Shot Debut: “A Little Bit Off,” at No. 8.

F8 has already found success at radio, with “Inside Out” ruling Mainstream Rock Songs for four weeks beginning in February.