It’s been a long time coming for Canadian melodic hardcore band Counterparts. 6 full-length albums into their career and a plethora of member changes later, they’ve long outlasted most of their peers and bucked shoehorned-in trends that would sink many other bands. In short, Counterparts have continued to build upon their signature sound by not necessarily straying from the path, but instead honing their songwriting skills into their newest album, Nothing Left To Love. A tour-de-force of everything Counterparts have written to date, and especially reminiscent of their 2010 album Prophets, the band has now reached a number of huge milestones in their career now that the first-week sales have been tallied.
Counterparts’ recent release has given the Canadian hardcore band the best first week sales of their career. Nothing Left To Love, released November 1 via Pure Noise Records, landed the #1 spots on the Current Hard Music and Record Label Independent, #4 on both the Current Rock and LP Vinyl, #5 Internet, #11 Top Current, #13 Billboard Top, #16 Current Digital and #17 Digital Billboard Album Charts while securing a spot in the Billboard Top 200 at #97. The album saw immense success in both the streaming and traditional album sales categories, marking this record cycle as the band’s most important to date as well.
Remaining tour dates with Stray From The Path, Chamber
11/15 – Detroit, MI at The Shelter *
11/16 – Pittsburgh, PA at Rex Theatre *
11/17 – Buffalo, NY at Rec Room *
11/19 – Baltimore, MD at Sound Stage
11/20 – Philadelphia, PA at Foundry #
11/21 – Richmond, VA at Canal Club #
11/22 – New York, NY at Gramercy #
11/23 – Worcester, MA at Palladium #
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