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Alkaline Trio Tops Charts

Plant-powered pop-punk band Alkaline Trio’s latest album debuts at #11 on Billboard.

This week, pop-punk band Alkaline Trio's latest album, This Addiction, debuted at #11 on Billboard. The album is the band's highest charting album to date, and sold more than 25,000 copies in its first week. Singer Matt Skiba and drummer Derek Grant are both dedicated and passionate vegetarians, making two-thirds of the trio plant-fueled. Early reviews of This Addiction have been overwhelmingly positive, with The Los Angeles Times heralding the album as the band's "best album in years." Alkaline Trio is currently touring the US in support of This Addiction, and will perform the albums title track on The David Letterman Show on March 10.

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