Top 20 Songs: Week of Aug. 18-24, 2013
There's a new "king" atop the Loudwire Radio Top 20 Countdown. Avenged Sevenfold and the title track from the band's 'Hail to the King' album have claimed the throne at No. 1, ousting Stone Temple Pilots' 'Out of Time' in the process. It was a short run at No. 1 for STP, as their first single with Chester Bennington is back in a familiar spot -- No. 2 -- where it stayed for four weeks before claiming No. 1.
Slipping back another spot this week is the Five Finger Death Punch-Rob Halford collaboration on 'Lift Me Up,' which is currently at No. 3 on the chart. Pearl Jam's 'Mind Your Manners' holds steady at No. 4, while Sick Puppies' 'There's No Going Back jumps from No. 7 to No. 5 this week.
Elsewhere on the chart, Papa Roach are this week's big movers, as 'Leader of the Broken Hearts' climbs from No. 17 to No. 13. On the downward slide, Nine Inch Nails' 'Came Back Haunted' slips from No. 4 to No. 7. And David Draiman is making a quick return to the Loudwire Top 20 as Device's 'You Think You Know' replaces Deftones' 'Swerve City,' slipping in at No. 20 this week.
Check out the full list of top 20 songs of this week's countdown below and be sure to tune in and crank it up to rock out to Loudwire Radio this weekend. To find out where you can hear the countdown, click on the red button below.
Loudwire Radio Top 20 Songs of the Week:
20. Device, 'You Think You Know'
19. Rob Zombie, 'We're an American Band'
18. Korn, 'Never Never'
17. Devour the Day, 'Good Man'
16. Alice in Chains, 'Stone'
15. Soundgarden, 'Halfway There'
14. Heaven's Basement, 'Fire, Fire'
13. Papa Roach, 'Leader of the Broken Hearts'
12. Skillet, 'Sick of It'
11. Three Days Grace, 'Misery Loves My Company'
10. Filter, 'What Do You Say'
9. Pop Evil, 'Trenches'
8. P.O.D., 'Beautiful'
7. Nine Inch Nails, 'Came Back Haunted'
6. Beware of Darkness, 'Howl'
5. Sick Puppies, 'There's No Going Back'
4. Pearl Jam, 'Mind Your Manners'
3. Five Finger Death Punch, 'Lift Me Up'
2. Stone Temple Pilots, 'Out of Time'
1. Avenged Sevenfold, 'Hail to the King'