This Providence and Alone at Last Top PV's Weekly Charts

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PureVolume's weekly charts reflect the site's most-played tunes over the course of the previous week. Every Monday morning, the Week tab on our Top Songs page ranks artists by the most-played jams. Our champion chart-toppers from the week of April 9-15 are:

1) This Providence: While many have been waiting years to hear new music from these Washington pop-rockers, it's the oldie "Truth & Reconciliation" that steals this week's top spot. It's an ironic twist, considering they premiered a brand new song, "Trouble," just last week. Looks like the new jam had longtime fans tracing back through their discography and re-discovering an old favorite.

2) Alone at Last: Last week, this Indonesian hardcore outfit marked the first foreign band to snag No. 1 on our charts. Down only one spot this week, and placing with a different jam, they're proving PV's foreign circuit won't be cutting off any time soon.

3) Fall of Eden: This Illinois death-metal quartet knows a thing or two about lasting power. This marks their fifth consecutive week on our charts. And while their stay has seen a succession of songs and placing, this is their first time ranking in the top three. At this rate, we're willing to bet it won't be long before they break into the Top Two. 

4) Dead Sara: These LA newcomers proved they were a band to watch when they premiered their monstrous, debut album last week. And while their album was overflowing with growling melodies and raw rock n' roll instrumentation, "Lemon Scent" seems to have won your hearts -- and this top spot.

5) Automatic Me: Talk about making an impact -- these California rockers premiered "Here's To Now" over two months ago, yet it's brought them to our wrap-up spot on this week's charts. They're no stranger to our charts, though. They snagged a spot back in February for their equally-infectious jam, "The Resistance".

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