On the ARIA Charts last week, nu-metal veterans Korn took out their third #1 album (and first in over two decades) with Requiem. On the Singles Chart, it was week 17 in the #1 spot for The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber’s ‘Stay’.
Who’ll hit the ARIA Charts this week?
Wollongong-born, Sydney-based rapper Huskii could make his ARIA Charts debut as he releases Antihero, his first album.
Returning with their fourth album, The Dream, British indie trio Alt-J will be aiming for their fourth ARIA Top Ten entry.
Pearl Jam front man Eddie Vedder could hit the chart with Earthling, his third solo album and the first in a decade.
Coming four years on from Living The Dream (#4 Oct. 18), Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash releases his fourth album with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, the aptly-titled 4.
British singer, songwriter, rapper and producer Labrinth could take out his first Albums Chart entry in almost a decade with the soundtrack album Euphoria: Season 1 (Music From The Original Series).
German artist Kim Petras is aiming to make her ARIA Top 50 debut with the EP Sl*t Pop.
Releasing their fifth album, Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe In You, American indie rock band Big Thief could hit the ARIA Top 50 for the first time.
This week’s Albums Chart could include moves by Kanye West’s Donda and Taylor Swift’s Lover.
Pop superstars Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift could burst onto the chart this week with their duet version of Sheeran's ‘The Joker and the Queen’.
American singer and actress Dove Cameron could make her ARIA singles Chart debut with the track ‘Boyfriend’.
Look out for moves up this week’s Singles Chart by Jessica Darrow’s ‘Surface Pressure’, Frank Ocean’s ‘Lost’, Tate McRae’s ‘She's All I Wanna Be’ and Jnr Choi’s ‘To The Moon’, among others.
Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Friday.