If you're looking for Shinedown on this week's Billboard Rock Songs chart, you're going to be sorely disappointed: Their song "Bully" falls out of the Top 10 after getting as high as No. 3. But do we have a new No. 1? You'll have to scroll down to find out...
The second single from Chevelle's Hats Off to the Bull, the title track, is our sole new entry, making its debut at No. 10. (The band's previous single, "Face to the Floor," peaked at No. 3.) Chevelle recently announced that they're going to be playing this summer's Carnival of Madness alongside Halestorm and Evanescence.
The euphoric dance track "Midnight City" has had a nice little run on our countdown ... until now. First landing in the Top 10 back in April, the M83 hit is suddenly starting to lose some momentum, dropping two spots to No. 9.
The Offspring have been cranking out alt-rock hits since 1994's "Come Out and Play." The SoCal punk-rockers still are: Their latest, "Days Go By," jumps up a spot to No. 8.
Of Monsters and Men's full-length debut, My Head Is a Monster, dropped in April of this year. Its breakthrough single, "Little Talks," is steadily climbing up our chart. This week, it bounces up another spot to No. 7.
And now we've reached the upper echelon of the countdown, where there's precious little movement. Grouplove sit at No. 6 for a fifth consecutive week with "Tongue Tied." The track comes from the quintet's first album, Never Trust a Happy Song, which produced one other single, "Colours," that never made its way into the Rock Songs Top 10.
If you've been watching the NBA playoffs at all on TNT, you've probably heard Linkin Park's "Burn It Down," which the network plays a ton during their broadcasts. But even if you're not a hoops fan, you probably have a tough time avoiding the latest smash from the rap-rock sextet: For a third week in a row, "Burn It Down" is the most popular rock song in the land.