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Rock the charts (or something): BFMV, Neck Deep and Frank Carter all score high

Bullet For My Valentine may have lost their chart battle for a Number One album, but pleasingly loud bands have stormed the unit-shifting mainstream castle this week.

‘Venom’, BFMV’s fifth studio album, finally ended up in third place, behind Cilla Black and James Bay.

Elsewhere Neck Deep have made their Top 10 debut, heading in at 8 with ‘Life’s Not Out To Get You’, while Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes make the Top 20, with ‘Blossom’ debuting at 18.

Start writing your think pieces now, broadsheet music sections!

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