Charts analysis: Slipknot back at No.1 after 18 years

Twenty years after their eponymous first album debuted and peaked at No.37 on sales of 4,331 copies, heavy metal veterans Slipknot’s sixth studio album, We Are Not Your Kind, blazes to the top of the chart, becoming their eighth Top 75 entry, fifth consecutive Top 5 studio effort and second No.1. It does so on first week consumption of 31,828 units (including 4,281 from-sales equivalent streams), 3.52% above the 30,745 copies their most recent album, 5: The Gray Chapter, sold ...

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