Foo Fighters’ “Congregation” Goes Top 5 at Rock Radio; Three Days Grace Still #1

The second single from Foo Fighters’ “Sonic Highways” is the album’s second top five rock radio hit.

“Congregation,” that single, rises to #5 on this week’s edition of the official Mediabase active rock radio chart.

Up three places this week, the song claimed 1,272 spins during the February 15-21 tracking week. That total comes thanks to a 257 week-over-week spin gain; no active rock song enjoyed a bigger one this week.

“Congregation” now looks to follow in the chart-topping footsteps of predecessor “Something from Nothing.”

This week, that #1 spot once again belongs to Three Days Grace’s “I Am Machine.” The multi-week leader retains its crown thanks to 2,035 spins.

Papa Roach’s “Face Everything and Rise” (#2), Halestorm’s “Apocalyptic” (#3) and Seether’s “Same Damn Life” (#4) also claim positions within the top 5.

Written by Brian Cantor

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