For Sleeping Or Jumping hit the CMJ Loud Rock Top 20 chart last week. Also, the group has been selected to perform alongside Prong at this year’s Metal Insider CMJ party on Friday, October 19th. The band will later be playing a show with Gallows at The Studio at Webster Hall. Dead Languages is available now.
Ryan Gardner on 10/10/12 - 10:14 AM
The Modern Post (Dustin Kensrue of Thrice's new band) hit number 10 on Billboard Heatseekers chart this past week with Grace Alone. Hit the replies for the full press release.
Ryan Gardner on 08/24/12 - 06:54 PM
Lana Del Rey's Born To Die debuted at number 2 on this week's charts, selling 77k copies of her debut album. This is the part where we all get mad, right?
Drew Beringer on 02/08/12 - 10:27 AM
Billboard has launched the Uncharted Music Chart, which tracks developing artists not on sales but on song streams, page views and fans on myspace, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Last.fm, and other sources.
Tony Pascarella on 01/26/11 - 09:21 PM
Eisley's sophomore album, Combinations, debuted at #70 on the Billboard 200 chart, selling 9,369 copies in its first week.

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Jared Kaufman on 08/23/07 - 07:18 AM
Portugal. The Man's new album Church Mouth put the band onto the Billboard charts four times. Church Mouth debuted at #13 on Billboard's Top Alternative New Artists chart, at #30 on the Top New Artist Chart, #65 on the Independent Label Chart, and came in at #90 on the Top Hard Music Albums chart.
Joe DeAndrea on 08/07/07 - 03:22 PM
Halifax's new album, The Inevitability of a Strange World, nabbed the #1 spot on Billboard's Heatseeker and debuted at #130 on the Top 200 this week.
Jared Kaufman on 06/01/06 - 06:52 AM
Thursday's new album, A City By The Light Divided, scanned 46,000 units this past week and debuted at Number 20 on the charts; 2003's War All The Time opened at Number 7 with 74,000 in sales.

Source: MTV.com
Jared Kaufman on 05/10/06 - 08:41 AM
Taking Back Sunday's new album, Louder Now, debuted at Number Two this week, moving 158,000 copies. This is their highest chart position to date; Where You Want To Be debuted at Number Three.

Jared Kaufman on 05/05/06 - 07:47 AM

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