Monday, January 22, 2018

Rock & Roll in the NEWS: Where New Rock Meets Old Rock...January 22, 2018 (Breaking Benjamin - Red Cold River)

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Breaking Benjamin Flows Onto Rock Charts With 'Red Cold River'

Breaking Benjamin

The lead single from the band's upcoming album "Ember" bows at No. 5 on Hot Rock Songs.

Breaking Benjamin rolls back onto Billboard's rock charts with "Red Cold River," the band's first new music since its 2015 album Dark Before Dawn.
The track launches at No. 5 on Hot Rock Songs (dated Jan. 20), marking the group's highest debut on the chart, as well as its first top five hit since "I Will Not Bow," which led for two weeks in 2009.
"River" rages at No. 1 on Hard Rock Digital Song Sales, where it's the band's fourth leader, with 22,000 first-week downloads sold, according to Nielsen Music. Breaking Benjamin notched three No. 1s on the chart from Dark Before Dawn in 2015: "Failure," "Angels Fall" and "Defeated." Concurrently, "River" rolls in at No. 3 on both Rock Digital Song Sales and Alternative Digital Song Sales, matching "Failure" for the band's top debut and placement on each ranking.

"River" debuted at No. 38 on the Mainstream Rock Songs airplay chart dated Jan. 13 (from its first three days of play) and rises to No. 21 in its second week, as the list's greatest gainer. It's bubbling under the Alternative Songs and Rock Airplay charts, with 1 million in rock radio audience.
The new single introduces Ember, the Ben Burnley-led act's sixth studio album, due this spring.

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