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Five Finger Death Punch Tops Mainstream Rock Songs Chart With ‘When the Seasons Change’

Five Finger Death Punch snags its sixth leader on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Songs airplay chart, as "When the Seasons Change" rises 2-1 on the March 2-dated list.

The hard rock act scores its second straight No. 1, following "Sham Pain," which ruled for a week last September. The band links its second set of consecutive leaders, after "Lift Me Up" and "Battle Born" reigned back-to-back in 2013.

With the group notching all six of its leaders this decade, it ties for the third most in the 2010s, matching the totals of Disturbed, Foo Fighters and Volbeat. The acts trail Three Days Grace (10) and Shinedown (nine).


Five Finger Death Punch first led Mainstream Rock Songs with "Coming Down" for two weeks in September 2012, five years after the arrival of its first entry, "The Bleeding."

"Seasons" concurrently scores a new high in weekly audience, 3 million (up 2 percent), according to Nielsen Music, as it keeps at its No. 23 peak on the all-rock-format Rock Airplay chart.

Parent album And Justice for None debuted at No. 1 on Top Rock Albums and No. 4 on the Billboard 200 dated June 2, 2018, earning 71,000 equivalent album units in its first week.