List of Billboard Mainstream Rock number-one songs of the 2010s

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The Billboard Mainstream Rock chart is compiled from the amount of airplay songs receive from active rock and heritage rock radio stations in the United States.[1] Below are the songs that have reached number one on the chart during the 2010s, listed in chronological order.

2010s[edit]

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 dagger  – Number-one mainstream rock song of the year

Issue date Song Artist(s) Weeks at
number one
2010[2]
February 27 "Your Decision" Alice in Chains 8
April 24 "Cryin' Like a Bitch" Godsmack 5
May 29 "The Good Life" Three Days Grace 5
July 3 "Let Me Hear You Scream" Ozzy Osbourne 4
July 31 "The Crow & the Butterfly" Shinedown 1
August 7 "Another Way to Die" Disturbed 8
October 2 "Say You'll Haunt Me" Stone Sour 8
November 27 "Porn Star Dancing" My Darkest Days featuring Zakk Wylde and Chad Kroeger 2
December 11 "World So Cold" Three Days Grace 5
2011[3]
January 15 "The Sex Is Good" Saving Abel 1
January 22 "Isolation" Alter Bridge 7
March 12 "Diamond Eyes (Boom-Lay Boom-Lay Boom)" Shinedown 3
April 2 "Rope" Foo Fighters 5
May 7 "Country Song"dagger[4] Seether 10
July 16 "Lies of the Beautiful People" Sixx:A.M. 2
July 30 "So Far Away" Avenged Sevenfold 3
August 20 "Lowlife" Theory of a Deadman 3
September 10 "Walk" Foo Fighters 4
October 8 "Not Again" Staind 4
November 5 "Tonight" Seether 1
November 12 "Not Again" Staind 3
December 3 "Face to the Floor" Chevelle 12
2012[5]
February 25 "Bully"dagger[6] Shinedown 12
May 19 "Live to Rise" Soundgarden 6
June 30 "Burn It Down" Linkin Park 1
July 7 "You're a Lie" Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators 2
July 21 "Still Counting" Volbeat 2
August 4 "Unity" Shinedown 4
September 1 "Coming Down" Five Finger Death Punch 1
September 8 "Criticize" Adelitas Way 1
September 15 "Coming Down" Five Finger Death Punch 1
September 22 "Chalk Outline" Three Days Grace 13
December 22 "Been Away Too Long" Soundgarden 7
2013[7]
February 9 "Heaven nor Hell" Volbeat 1
February 16 "Stand Up" All That Remains 2
March 2 "Hollow" Alice in Chains 3
March 23 "Bones" Young Guns 1
March 30 "Hollow" Alice in Chains 2
April 13 "Freak Like Me" Halestorm 2
April 27 "The High Road" Three Days Grace 1
May 4 "By Crooked Steps" Soundgarden 2
May 18 "Vilify" Device 2
June 1 "The Hangman's Body Count" Volbeat 3
June 22 "Stone" Alice in Chains 3
July 13 Trenches"dagger[8] Pop Evil 4
August 10 "Lift Me Up" Five Finger Death Punch 1
August 17 "Out of Time" Stone Temple Pilots 1
August 24 "Hail to the King" Avenged Sevenfold 10
November 2 "Misery Loves My Company" Three Days Grace 1
November 9 "Hail to the King" Avenged Sevenfold 1
November 16 "Never Never" Korn 3
December 7 "Lola Montez" Volbeat 1
December 14 "Battle Born" Five Finger Death Punch 2
December 28 "Deal with the Devil" Pop Evil 1
2014[9]
January 4 "Battle Born" Five Finger Death Punch 3
January 25 "Tired" Stone Sour 1
February 1 "Shepherd of Fire" Avenged Sevenfold 7
March 22 "Heaven Knows"dagger[10] The Pretty Reckless 5
April 26 "Take Out the Gunman" Chevelle 3
May 17 "Guilty All the Same" Linkin Park featuring Rakim 3
June 7 "Torn to Pieces" Pop Evil 2
June 21 "Painkiller" Three Days Grace 4
July 19 "Words as Weapons" Seether 5
August 23 "1000hp" Godsmack 3
September 13 "Messed Up World (F'd Up World)" The Pretty Reckless 1
September 20 "Until It's Gone" Linkin Park 1
September 27 "Messed Up World (F'd Up World)" The Pretty Reckless 3
October 18 "World on Fire" Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators 1
October 25 "Edge of a Revolution" Nickelback 2
November 8 "Something from Nothing" Foo Fighters 13
2015[11]
February 7 "I Am Machine" Three Days Grace 6
March 21 "Face Everything and Rise" Papa Roach 1
March 28 "Apocalyptic" Halestorm 1
April 4 "Congregation" Foo Fighters 3
April 25 "Coming for You" The Offspring 1
May 2 "Follow Me Down" The Pretty Reckless 1
May 9 "Heavy Is the Head" Zac Brown Band featuring Chris Cornell 2
May 23 "Failure"dagger[12] Breaking Benjamin 9
July 25 "Little Monster" Royal Blood 1
August 1 "Amen" Halestorm 1
August 8 "Cut the Cord" Shinedown 3
August 29 "The Vengeful One" Disturbed 1
September 5 "Cut the Cord" Shinedown 4
October 3 "Footsteps" Pop Evil 4
October 31 "The Otherside" Red Sun Rising 1
November 7 "Angels Fall" Breaking Benjamin 4
December 5 "Throne" Bring Me the Horizon 2
December 19 "The Light" Disturbed 5
2016[13]
January 23 "Wash It All Away" Five Finger Death Punch 2
February 6 "State of My Head" Shinedown 6
March 19 "The Sound of Silence" Disturbed 7
May 7 "Emotionless" Red Sun Rising 2
May 21 "The Devil's Bleeding Crown"dagger[14] Volbeat 9
July 23 "Dark Necessities" Red Hot Chili Peppers 3
August 13 "Joyride (Omen)" Chevelle 4
September 10 "Bang Bang" Green Day 4
October 8 "Hardwired" Metallica 1
October 15 "Bang Bang" Green Day 3
November 5 "Take Me Down" The Pretty Reckless 2
November 19 "Feel Invincible" Skillet 1
November 26 "Open Your Eyes" Disturbed 1
December 3 "My Name Is Human" Highly Suspect 8
2017[15]
January 28 "Square Hammer" Ghost 2
February 11 "Still Breathing" Green Day 1
February 18 "Atlas, Rise!" Metallica 2
March 4 "How Did You Love" Shinedown 4
April 1 "Never Again" Breaking Benjamin 2
April 15 "Help" Papa Roach 6
May 27 "Let You Down" Seether 4
June 24 "Black Rose" Volbeat featuring Danko Jones 1
July 1 "Song #3"dagger[16] Stone Sour 4
July 29 "Run" Foo Fighters 4
August 26 "Lights Out" Royal Blood 3
September 16 "Highway Tune" Greta Van Fleet 5
October 21 "Rx (Medicate)" Theory of a Deadman 6
December 2 "Go to War" Nothing More 1
December 9 "The Sky Is a Neighborhood" Foo Fighters 4
2018
January 3 "I Only Lie When I Love You"[17] Royal Blood 6
February 10 "Born for Greatness"[18] Papa Roach 2
February 24 "Safari Song"[19] Greta Van Fleet 1
March 3 "Born for Greatness"[20] Papa Roach 1
March 10 "Safari Song"[21] Greta Van Fleet 2
March 24 "Waking Lions"[22] Pop Evil 1
March 31 "The Mountain"[23] Three Days Grace 5
May 5 "Zombie"[24] Bad Wolves 3
May 26 "Bulletproof"[25] Godsmack 1
June 2 "Devil"[26] Shinedown 1
June 9 "Bulletproof"[27] Godsmack 4
July 7 "Rats"[28] Ghost 7

References[edit]

  1. ^ Caulfield, Keith (June 20, 2009). "Dave Matthews Band Rolls Ahead of Rock Parade". Billboard. 121 (24): 41. Retrieved January 28, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Mainstream Rock Songs - 2010 Archive". Billboard. Retrieved December 27, 2017. 
  3. ^ "Mainstream Rock Songs - 2011 Archive". Billboard. Retrieved December 27, 2017. 
  4. ^ "Mainstream Rock Songs – Year-end 2011". Billboard. Retrieved December 27, 2017. 
  5. ^ "Mainstream Rock Songs - 2012 Archive". Billboard. Retrieved December 27, 2017. 
  6. ^ "Mainstream Rock Songs – Year-end 2012". Billboard. Retrieved February 11, 2013. 
  7. ^ "Mainstream Rock Songs - 2013 Archive". Billboard. Retrieved December 27, 2017. 
  8. ^ "Mainstream Rock Songs – Year-end 2013". Billboard. Retrieved December 13, 2013. 
  9. ^ "Mainstream Rock Songs - 2014 Archive". Billboard. Retrieved December 27, 2017. 
  10. ^ "Mainstream Rock Songs – Year-end 2014". Retrieved December 27, 2017. 
  11. ^ "Mainstream Rock Songs - 2015 Archive". Billboard. Retrieved December 27, 2017. 
  12. ^ "Mainstream Rock Songs – Year-end 2015". Billboard. Retrieved December 27, 2017. 
  13. ^ "Mainstream Rock Songs - 2016 Archive". Billboard. Retrieved December 27, 2017. 
  14. ^ "Mainstream Rock Songs – Year-end 2016". Billboard. Retrieved December 27, 2017. 
  15. ^ "Mainstream Rock Songs - 2017 Archive". Billboard. Retrieved March 22, 2018. 
  16. ^ "Mainstream Rock Songs – Year-end 2017". Billboard. Retrieved December 27, 2017. 
  17. ^ "I Only Lie When I Love You" January 3, 2018
  18. ^ "Born for Greatness" February 10
  19. ^ "Safari Song" February 24
  20. ^ "Born for Greatness" March 3
  21. ^ "Safari Song" March 10
  22. ^ "Waking Lions" March 24
  23. ^ "The Mountain" March 31
  24. ^ "Zombie" May 5
  25. ^ "Bulletproof" May 26
  26. ^ "Devil" June 2
  27. ^ "Bulletproof" June 9
  28. ^ "Rats" July 7