UNEARTH's 'Eyes Of Fire' Enters BILLBOARD Chart At No. 35
UNEARTH's latest effort, "III: In the Eyes of Fire", sold 22,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 35 on The Billboard 200 chart. The CD was recorded at a Seattle studio with producer Terry Date (PANTERA, DEFTONES). A limited-edition version of "III: In the Eyes of Fire" includes a bonus DVD containing the "making of" footage for the album and a live video filmed on the Sounds of The Underground tour.
The following are notable heavy metal/hard rock U.S. sales debuts for the week ending August 13, 2006, as reported by Nielsen SoundScan (all CD figures are rounded to the nearest thousand, except numbers under 1,000, which are rounded to the nearest hundred; The Billboard 200 chart position included, where applicable):
SLAYER – "Christ Illusion": 62,000 (#5)
UNEARTH – "III: In The Eyes Of Fire": 22,000 (#35)
ALL SHALL PERISH - "The Price Of Existence": 900
CHROME DIVISION – "Doomsday Rock 'N Roll": 200
ARCH ENEMY – "Live Apocalypse" (DVD): 1,200 (#38 on Music DVD chart)
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