Paramore, James Blake and Stone Sour Hit Charts

Paramore, James Blake and Stone Sour Hit Charts

Paramore's self-titled has debuted at number one on the ARIA charts, in a fantastic week for new albums.

Concept album House Of Gold & Bones Part Two, from Iowan alt-metal act Stone Sour, debuted at number four.

Entering the charts at number five was the second album from electro-pop singer-songwriter James Blake: Overgrown.

Other albums that debuted in the top fifty were Allday's Loners Are Cool, Cold War Kids' Dear Miss Lonelyhearts, and The Band Perry's Pioneer.

The self-titled debut from Device, the heavy metal group formed by Disturbed frontman David Draiman, entered the charts at number 26.

(Clarifying comment: I'm talking about the frontman of metal heavyweights Disturbed. Not a frontman who just happens to be disturbed. That'd be Axl Rose.)

Naturally, all these newcomers shook up the old order, with Bring Me The Horizon's Sempiternal knocked off its number one perch after only one week.

Justin Timberlake's The 20/20 Experience also seems to have done its dash.

Paramore are definitely this week's winners. Check out their recent single 'Still Into You'.

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