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Chaos Theory Pt. One - Like A Storm - Top 40 Albums

New Zealand Artist: Like A Storm

With their record-breaking new single, Love the Way You Hate Me, smashing its way onto American airwaves, Kiwi hard rock act Like A Storm have now achieved more successful US Hard Rock singles than any other New Zealand band in history. Hard rock anthem Love the Way You Hate Me, which features singer Chris Brooks playing the didgeridoo, has made an impact with rock fans all over North America - hitting #1 on satellite giant SiriusXM Octane.

Since their debut album, The End of the Beginning, in 2009, Like A Storm have created a compelling musical catalogue and earned the reputation as one of rock's hardest working bands. Five years of relentless touring has seen them share American stages with rock giants Creed, Korn, Alter Bridge, Five Finger Death Punch, Shinedown and many others. As a result, the band of Kiwi brothers has developed one of the most loyal fan bases in the country, and are now a headline act in their own right. Like A Storm's diehard fans - many of whom are inked in the band's artwork and lyrics - are widely known to travel huge distances, and show up hours early, to see the band play at some of the most iconic rock venues in the US.
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Chaos Theory Pt. One debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Albums on 31 March 2014. It has been in the Top 40 Albums for four weeks with a highest position of #9. There are two albums by Like A Storm in the Top 40 Albums.

Chart placings for Chaos Theory Pt. One:

Chart Date Chart Rank  
31 Mar 2014 Top 40 Albums 11
07 Apr 2014 Top 40 Albums 9
14 Apr 2014 Top 40 Albums 25
21 Apr 2014 Top 40 Albums 30

Chart placings by Like A Storm:

Title Type Debut Weeks Best
Awaken The Fire Top 40 Albums 10 Aug 2015 1 40
Chaos Theory Pt. One Top 40 Albums 31 Mar 2014 4 9
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