They’ve just taken another step closer to making history on the Billboard charts.
With the release of their new single “The Line,” the Foo Fighters have reached number 10 on Billboards Mainstream Rock Songs chart. In so doing, the band has notched up their 25th top-10 track.
With the Foo’s getting their 25th top-10 entry on Mainstream Rock Songs, the band has become the third highest band to grab a top 10 spot on the chart since it began back in 1981.
Standing in their way of the top spot is Van Halen at second with 26, and holding the top spot as of now with a total of 28 is the late great Tom Petty leads the pack with a total 28, this by the way, includes his work with both the Heartbreakers, as well as his solo material.
Taken from the new Foo Fighters album Concrete and Gold, “The Line” looks set to follow the footsteps of the bands previous two singles from the album “Run” and “The Sky Is a Neighborhood,” to the number one spot on Billboards Mainstream Rock Songs.
Foo Fighters are currently on tour in Europe in support of Concrete and Gold, and they head over to the states for their U.S. tour in July.