Five Finger Death Punch No. 1, Foo Fighters Near History on Rock Charts

Five Finger Death Punch earns its fourth No. 1 on Billboard‘s Mainstream Rock Songs chart (dated Jan. 23), and its first from Got Your Six, which entered Top Rock Albums at No. 1 in September, as “Wash It All Away” lifts 2-1.

The song is the Las Vegas five-piece’s first chart-topper since “Battle Born,” which began its five-week reign in December 2013.

“Wash It All Away” is the second single from Got Your Six; “Jekyll and Hyde” peaked at No. 3 in September. The new track also rises 24-20 on the airplay/sales/streaming-based Hot Rock Songs chart, a spot removed from its No. 19 peak two weeks ago.

TOP 10 ‘TRIP’: Also on Hot Rock Songs, Nothing But Thieves rises 33-26, hitting a new peak with “Trip Switch.” The move lines up with the act’s first airplay top 10, as the cut climbs 11-9 on Alternative Songs and 13-10 on Rock Airplay (rising by 12 percent to 5.8 million in audience on the latter list, according to Nielsen Music).

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