STAIND: 'Right Here' Single Tops Active And Mainstream Rock Radio Charts

As STAIND prepare for the next leg of U.S. headlining tour dates, the band's current single, "Right Here", marks the fourth No. 1 track in as many years from the multi-platinum group. The song — from their current "Chapter V" album, which entered The Billboard 200 chart at No. 1 — was a No. 1 track on both the Active and Mainstream Rock radio charts. It follows "So Far Away" from 2003's "14 Shades of Grey" (No. 1 at Active, Mainstream Rock and Alternative), plus "It's Been A While" (No. 1 at Mainstream Rock) and "For You" (No. 1 at Active Rock) from 2001's "Break the Cycle". Meanwhile, STAIND are due to return to the road October 29 in Montreal, after which they'll headline the "Fall Brawl Tour" with P.O.D., TAPROOT and FLYLEAF from November 11 through December 13.


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