Papa Roach’s “F.E.A.R.” Goes Top 5 at Rock Radio; Halestorm Enters Top 10

Papa Roach’s “Face Everything and Rise” continues to rise. The title track from the band’s new album is now a top 5 hit at active rock radio.

“FEAR” claimed the #5 spot on Mediabase’s official active rock airplay chart, which was issued Sunday evening and measured airplay between January 25 and January 31. The song received 1,385 plays within that window.

Despite actually losing spins (it only received 1,380 between January 26 and February 1), “FEAR” is up to #4 on Monday’s rolling edition of the chart.

— “FEAR” was the sole new addition to the top 5 this week. The official active rock chart did, however, welcome a new song into its top ten. Halestorm’s “Apocalyptic,” that song, officially grabbed the #9 spot with 1,058 weekly spins. It is up to #8 on Monday’s rolling chart.

Written by Brian Cantor

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