On this week's Billboard Rock Songs chart, we don't have any new entries in the Top 10, but that doesn't mean there isn't some serious movement happening on our countdown...
Two songs in our countdown bolt up two spots, and the first of those two is Shinedown's "Bully." In only its second week in the Top 10, the Amaryllis single is now at No. 8. Shinedown's "The Crow & the Butterfly" is their only hit to go to No. 1 on our countdown, recording four weeks in the top spot.
If you're looking for a possible candidate to unseat our current No. 1, keep an eye out for Gotye. The singer-songwriter jumps up two more spots with "Somebody That I Used to Know," which means that his breakthrough single has catapulted up from No. 10 to No. 5 in the span of two weeks. That's a fast climb: How high can it go?
In November and December, Bush ruled the Billboard Rock Songs chart with "The Sound of Winter" off The Sea of Memories. Gavin Rossdale no longer is the king of the countdown, but it looks like we've still got a lot more "Winter" to go: The song sits at No. 4 for a third week in a row.
So close, and yet so far. For four weeks now, "These Days" has been unable to get higher than No. 2. Off course, it's hard to feel too bad for Foo Fighters: For most of last year, the Wasting Light hits "Walk" and "Rope" hogged the No. 1 position for so long that a lot of other acts never could reach the top spot. Doesn't feel so great being on the other end, huh, Dave Grohl?
Your winner and still champion? The Black Keys, whose "Lonely Boy" is at No. 1 for an eighth straight week. The last single to hold on to the top spot that many weeks in a row was Red Hot Chili Peppers' "The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie," which duplicated the feat in August and September.