Disturbed has scored its sixth Number One track on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs airplay chart with its latest single, “A Reason To Fight.” That gives the Chicago band sole possession of a new chart record, having landed six straight chart-toppers on the survey. It breaks a tie with Canada’s Three Days Grace, who had logged five consecutive Number Ones between 2012 and 2015. Each of Disturbed’s singles since 2015’s “The Vengeful One” has topped the chart. That includes four chart-toppers from that year’s Immortalized album and the first two singles from 2018’s Evolution. Disturbed has reached the top of the chart a total of nine times, tying for the fifth most since the chart launched in 1981 with Aerosmith, Godsmack and Metallica. Three Days Grace leads with 14.