After bursting into the top 100 , Tonight Alive have doubled down on the ARIA Albums chart with their new LP, Underworld, which is the week's highest local debut.
The Sydney band's fourth studio album has debuted on the chart at #11, while The Greatest Showman soundtrack has managed to retain top spot ahead of Ed Sheeran's ÷ (Divide) at #2 and Camila Cabello's debut effort, Camila, at #3.
Meanwhile, The Cranberries have surged into the top ten following singer Dolores O'Riordan's shock passing with 2002 compilation Stars: The Best Of, which has charted at #8.
Other album debuts this week include Black Veil Brides' Vale (#13), the Muriel's Wedding Original Cast Recording (#17), Joe Satriani's What Happens Next (#20), Tiny Little Houses' Idiot Proverbs (#39), Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's Wrong Creatures, (#45) and Corrosion Of Conformity's No Cross No Crown (#95).
Over on the Singles chart, Troye Sivan has scored a top 15 debut with My My My! coming in at #14, however as predicted, Ed Sheeran has stayed on top for a seventh consecutive week with Perfect.
New entries on the list this week come from Cabello with Never Be The Same (#17) and Taylor Swift's End Game, featuring Sheeran and Future (#38).