Alice In Chains' top spot is apparently carved in ‘Stone,’ as the veteran rockers spend their third consecutive week at No. 1 on the Loudwire Top 20 with their second single from ‘The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here.' The Danish rockers of Volbeat, who have topped the chart before, aren’t far behind as they spend a third straight week at No. 2 with ‘Hangman’s Bodycount.’

Pop Evil and their single ‘Trenches’ hold steady at No. 3., as do Stone Sour with ‘Do Me a Favor’ in the fourth spot. The legends of Black Sabbath move up a spot with their track ‘God Is Dead?’ to round out the Top 5.

Also on the charts, Stone Temple Pilots, featuring new singer Chester Bennington, move up five spots from their previous week with ‘Out of Time.’ Meanwhile, Deftones take the biggest leap, moving up six spots to land at No. 10 this week.

The Loudwire Top 20 Countdown also features a pair of debuts this week, with Nine Inch Nails and their new song ‘Came Back Haunted’ coming in at No. 13, as well as Sick Puppies, who come  in at No. 20. Their entrances mean the countdown says farewell to the Dave Grohl / Corey Taylor tune ‘From Can to Can’t’ and Three Days Grace‘ ‘The High Road’ for now.

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. Sick Puppies ‘There’s No Going Back’
19. In This Moment, ‘Adrenalize’
18. Skillet, ‘Sick of It’
17. Imagine Dragons, ‘Radioactive’
16. Sevendust, ‘Decay’
15. Rob Zombie, ‘Dead City Radio and the New Gods of Supertown’
14. Device, ‘Vilify’
13. Nine Inch Nails, ‘Came Back Haunted’
12. Beware of Darkness, ‘Howl’
11. Black Veil Brides, ‘In The End’
10. Deftones, ‘Swerve City’
9. Slash, ‘Anastasia’
8.  Stone Temple Pilots, ‘Out of Time’
7. Shinedown, ‘I’ll Follow You’
6.  Five Finger Death Punch, ‘Lift Me Up’
5. Black Sabbath, ‘God Is Dead?’
4. Stone Sour, ‘Do Me a Favor’
3. Pop Evil, ‘Trenches’
2. Volbeat, ‘Hangman’s Bodycount’
1. Alice in Chains, ‘Stone’