AC/DC Dominate 2015 Hard Rock Year End Charts (Top Story)

On Tuesday AC/DC Dominate 2015 Hard Rock Year End Charts was a top story. Here is the recap: AC/DC were the clear winners in hard rock on the U.S. charts this past year as Billboard has revealed their year-end charts with AC/DC dominating the Hard Rock artist and album charts.

AC/DC's "Rock Or Bust" album topped the Hard Rock Album Chart. They were followed by 2) Nickelback's No Fixed Address; 3) Foo Fighters' Sonic Highways; 4) Breaking Benjamin's Dark Before Dawn; 5) Five Finger Death Punch's Got Your Six; 6) Disturbed's Immortalized; 7) Slipknot - .5: The Gray Chapter; 8) In This Moment's Black Widow; 9) Halestorm's Into The Wildlife; and 10) Iron Maiden's Book Of Souls.

The top 10 hard rock artists list was similar to the album list: 1) AC/DC; 2) Nickelback; 3) Foo Fighters; 4) Breaking Benjamin; 5) Five Finger Death Punch; 6) Disturbed; 7) Slipknot; 8) In This Moment; 9) Halestorm; 10) Iron Maiden.

The Australian band also landed at No. 4 on the publications "Top Rock Album chart" which curiously listed several albums that would normally not be considered rock, or would only marginally qualify.

Check out the full list of year end charts, including the curious rock lists, compiled by Billboard - here.

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