KISS is set to make a big splash on the Billboard 200 album chart this week. The band’s 20th studio album, Monster , is expected to grab the #4 slot, with projected sales putting it somewhere around 60,000 copies. Even so, the new album won’t match the initial success of the band's previous release, 2009's Sonic Boom , which scored 108,000 copies sold its first week out and claimed the #2 spot on the tally.
Meanwhile, All Time Low ’s fifth studio album, Don't Panic , is expected to claim the #5 spot on the Billboard 200 chart, with projected sales putting it somewhere around 40,000 copies.
Also making their way into the top 10 this week is the first half of Coheed and Cambria ’s double album, The Afterman . The Afterman: Ascension is projected to clock in at the #8 spot on the chart, with album sales expected to hit around 40,000 copies.
The new Billboard 200 chart's top 10 will be released on Wednesday.
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