All Eyes On Godsmack At The Top Of The U.s. Album Charts
Rockers Godsmack have scored their third number one album in America after charting high with ORACLE.
The group's new release sold 117,000 copies to take over at the top of the Billboard 200 countdown.
Last week's chart-topper, B.o.B's The Adventures of Bobby Ray, falls 11 spots to 12 and becomes the first album of the year (10) to drop out of the top 10 after hitting number one.
Lady Antebellum's Need You Now stays put at two on the new chart and MercyMe's The Generous Mr. Lovewell debuts at three.
Carole King and James Taylor's duets album Live at the Troubadour enters the new chart at number four and Justin Bieber's My World 2.0 rounds out the top five.
The Deftones, Dixie Chicks spin-off Court Yard Hounds and Toni Braxton also debut new releases in the top 10.