Monday, October 25, 2010

Kings Of Leon Stomps Their Foot On U.K Charts....

It looks like Kings Of Leon are back in a huge way with the release of "Come Around Sundown". According to Billboard, the band sold an astonishing 183,000+ copies of their new one, it recorded the biggest first-week sale of any artist album this year, and the 49,000 of those that were digital represented the biggest first-week digital sales in U.K. chart history.

In other KOL news, while speaking to MTV front man Caleb said that "they never planned for "Radioactive" to be a single".

"I didn't think it would be a single, let alone the first one. I mean, the vocal, I mess up on the first verse, I mess up on the second verse, I mean, my voice is off, so I really didn't think the label would want that as a single, but they wanted it first," he explained.

"I don't know, I think at this point, we could do something with me tapping my foot and singing into a can and [critics] would be like, 'Oh, it's so anthemic', or, 'Oh, it's so stadium-friendly'."


  1. I love KOL and there new album there heading into Rock God status

  2. There CD is doing better than the last one thats good there gaining fans and status

  3. There market share is growing