Nine Inch Nails are enjoying a place they haven't been in more than six years - the Billboard 200 top ten.
The latest effort from Trent Reznor's band, Hesitation Marks, debuted at number three on the album chart this week after selling 107,000 copies in its opening frame. It's the group's sixth top-ten release overall, but the first since Year Zero peaked at number 2 in 2007 with 187,000 copies sold.
Reznor put out two other Nine Inch Nails albums between then and now, but both The Slip and Ghosts 1-4 were released independently and failed to crack the chart's upper tier. Hesitation Marks is the group's first album since they signed with Columbia Records.