The new Every Time I Die album has debuted at #20 on the Billboard 200.Wednesday, March 14, 2012 11:23 AM PT
Every Time I Die's new album, Ex Lives, sold nearly 14,300 copies in its first week, good enough to debut at #20 on the Billboard 200.
For comparison's sake, the band's last album, New Junk Aesthetic, sold 12,000 in its first week and landed at #46 on the Billboard. In fact, this is the band's best debut on the Billboard 200. Ex Lives even sold more than The Big Dirty did in its debut week, and that came out five years ago, when albums were a bit easier to sell.
Congrats to the band.
By the way, Lambgoat was discussed a bit in the new Every Time I Die "Pudcast." Listen below in its entirety (or if you're short on time, fast forward to one hour and 27 minutes). We love Every Time I Die. You should too.