Deafheaven album 'Infinite Granite' debuts on Billboard 200
Infinite Granite, the new album from post-metal quintet Deafheaven, has landed at No. 130 on the Billboard 200. The album tallied roughly 7,400 in pure sales in its first week of release in the United States.
The album also debuted at No. 8 on the Top Album Sales, No. 7 on the Top Current Album Sales, No. 4 on the Vinyl Albums, No. 20 on the Independent Albums, and No. 19 on the Rock Albums charts.
This is the fourth consecutive Deafheaven album to land on the Billboard 200, no small feat in recent years as myriad legacy albums garner thousands upon thousands of streams each week.
Deafheaven's previous album, 2018's Ordinary Corrupt Human Love, peaked at No. 111 on the Billboard 200 following first-week sales of 6,700.
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Not a bad album. But come on boys, bring dat black metal back. Mombasa for life, let's go.
There was never any black metal (contrarily to Alcest), it was shoegaze with screamo and blastbeats and I'm glad they dropped that shit. They sound more mature now.
Will be sunbathing while listening to them at Furnace Fest.
dumb people have money and waste it on trash, we get it. not news
These guys sold out quicker than toilet paper in 2020
The latest As I Lay Dying was #50 on the Billboard 200. They never sold out. 130 is a pretty shitty achievement. You sold your soul for mediocrity. Would have been better to stay true like Tim and the boys, could have been 2.5x higher.
Without any edge they are just boring corporate rock. Snooooooooooooooozzzzze
People who don't actually like heavy metal are stoked. Pass the Radiohead LP.
I think it's by far their best album. I could never really sit through any of their other in one sitting and remain interested. This one there is always something new to explore, the black metal vocals only come in where appropriate and the production/recording is just flawless. It'll be in my top 20 this year for sure.
Infinite Sheetrock was already under copyright by the E-Town Concrete boys, just in case. Sucks to suck
It's a good album but not as good as the Tron legacy soundtrack