The Halo Effect “Days Of The Lost” hits No.1 in the Swedish charts, has great chart results worldwide

Author Flavia Andrade - 26.8.2022

“Days Of The Lost”, the debut album from The Halo Effect, has entered the official charts in Sweden at the pole position, No. 1.
It´s believed to be the first debut album from a metal act that has ever topped the Swedish charts in the first week of release.
The record has also archieved chart success around the rest of the world – check out all chart results below!

The band comments on this incredible success:

“We are equally excited and humbled seeing that our debut album is making an impact on the charts around Europe. Nr 1 on our home country of Sweden is just mind-blowing and having the nr 6 positions in Germany, Finland and the Austria respectfully gives us the impression that the unholy forces of melodic death metal fandom is with us. Thank you everyone who has purchased, streamed and viewed our album. We couldn’t be more proud and we love you all for being there with us. See you on the road soon!” 

Chart results:

Sweden: 1
Germany: 6
Finland: 6 (Top 50), 2 (physical)
Austria: 6
Switzerland: 8
UK: 3 (Rock), 10 (Indie)
USA: 3 (Top New Artist), 5 (Current Hard Music)

The band will soon embark on an extended European tour and already have plans to hit the studio again to work on new material when they return. 

Check out the tour dates below:

Amon Amarth, Machine Head and The Halo Effect:
08.09.   UK         Nottingham – Arena
09.09.   UK         Cardiff – Arena
10.09.   UK         London – Wembley Arena
12.09.   UK         Manchester – Arena
13.09.   IE          Dublin – 3 Arena              
16.09.   CH        Zurich – Hallenstadion
17.09.   AT         Vienna – Stadthalle
18.09.   PL         Krakow – Tauron Arena 
20.09.   EST       Tallinn – Saku Arena
21.09.   FIN        Helsinki – Ice Hall            
23.09.   NOR      Oslo – Spektrum
24.09.   SWE      Stockholm – Hovet                         
26.09.   DK         Copenhagen – Forum Black Box
27.09.   DE         Hamburg – Barclays Arena
28.09.   DE         Frankfurt – Festhalle      
30.09.   DE         Oberhausen – König Pilsener Arena
01.10.   DE         Berlin – Velodrom
02.10.   NL         Amsterdam – Afas Live  
04.10.   IT          Milano – Lorenzini District
06.10.   ES         Barcelona – Sant Jordi
07.10.   ES         Madrid – Vistalegre
08.10.   ES         La Coruna – Coliseum
09.10.   POR      Lisbon – Campo Pequeno            
12.10.   FR         Paris – Zenith   
14.10.   DE         Munich – Olympiahalle
15.10.   DE         Leipzig – Arena
16.10.   CZ         Prague – Tipsport Arena 
18.10.   HU        Budapest – Barba Negra
20.10.   LUX       Esch zur Alzette – Rockhal
21.10.   BE         Brussels – Forest National
22.10.   DE         Stuttgart – Schleyerhalle