Metallica&#zero39;s &#zero39;Halo on Fire&#zero39; Is Sixth &#zero39;Hardwired&#zero39; Hit on Mainstream Rock Songs Chart


"Hardwired… to Self-Destruct" is the primary album to yield six songs on the tally since Nickelback's "All the Right Reasons" in 2005-07.

The Hardwired… to Self-Destruct period rolls on, as Metallica charts a sixth music from the set on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Songs airplay chart.

On the Dec. 15-dated rating, "Halo on Fire" debuts at No. 29. The first 5 songs from the album all reached the highest 5, with two topping the tally. In order of their chart runs: "Hardwired" (No. 1, one week, October 2016), "Moth Into Flame" (No. 5, November 2016), "Atlas, Rise!" (No. 1, two weeks, February 2017), "Now That We're Dead" (No. 2, July 2017) and "Spit Out the Bone" (No. four, March 2018).

"Halo" extends the lifetime of Hardwired on Mainstream Rock Songs to over two years and three months, as lead single "Hardwired" debuted on Sept. three, 2016.

Hardwired is the primary set to supply no less than six Mainstream Rock Songs entries in over a decade, since Nickelback's All the Right Reasons additionally yielded six, stretching from the seven-week No. 1 "Photograph" (starting in October 2005) to "If Everyone Cared" (No. 37 peak, March 2007).

Metallica is not any stranger to maximizing album airplay. Hardwired's predecessor, 2008's Death Magnetic, generated 5 entries on Mainstream Rock Songs, together with a pair of No. 1s in "The Day That Never Comes" (for 9 weeks) and "Cyanide" (two).

Hardwired debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 dated Dec. 10, 2016, with 291,000 equal album items earned in its first week, based on Nielsen Music.