Twenty One Pilots' Trench' Rules Top Rock Albums, Entire Set Hits Top 25 of Hot Rock Songs Chart


The duo’s fifth album attracts the duo’s greatest single-week unit depend.

The entirety of twenty one pilots' new album Trench storms Billboard's Hot Rock Songs chart because the set launches at No. 1 on the Top Rock Albums and Alternative Albums charts dated Oct. 20.

Trench begins atop each lists with 175,000 equal album items earned, in response to Nielsen Music. That exceeds the 147,000-unit debut of 2015's Blurryface, giving twenty one pilots their greatest single-week unit depend. The new set is the duo's second No. 1 on every listing, after Blurryface led Top Rock Albums for 9 weeks and Alternative Albums for 21, the latter the second-most atop the rating in its historical past, trailing solely Imagine Dragons' Evolve (32).

Five Trench tracks occupy the Hot Rock Songs prime 10, the primary time that feat has been completed not by advantage of an artist's passing; beforehand, Linkin Park, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Prince and David Bowie every claimed not less than half the highest 10 following the deaths of Linkin Park's Chester Bennington, Petty, Prince and Bowie. They're paced by lead Trench single "Jumpsuit," which vaults again to its No. 6 peak, first reached on the July 21-dated listing.

All 14 songs from Trench chart within the Hot Rock Songs prime 25, additionally a report amongst artists who completed the feat not following an artist's passing; Linkin Park holds the data for probably the most concurrent prime 10s (seven) and prime 25 entries (18).

Trench songs occupy 11 of the 25 spots on Rock Streaming Songs, led by present single "My Blood," which re-enters at No. 5 (7.2 million streams, up 5 p.c). The solely acts to exceed that quantity in a single week, Bowie and Linkin Park, did so following the deaths of Bowie and Bennington, respectively.

After "Jumpsuit" held the No. 1 spot on the Alternative Songs airplay chart for 3 weeks starting July 28, "Blood" rises 7-6. On the all-rock-format Rock Airplay chart, "Blood" enters the highest 10 (12-10, 6.5 million viewers impressions).