Award-winning Canadian rock band Finger Eleven celebrates yet another career milestone, this time for their “Paralyzer” single receiving a record-breaking Quintuple Platinum certification—the first-ever Canadian rock song to receive said designation.
The band comments:
“We’re still blown away by the success of the song. ‘Paralyzer’ was able to take us all over the world and we’ll always be grateful for that.”
One of the most successful Canadian songs of all time, “Paralyzer” was the first single from Finger Eleven’s multi-platinum selling, Them vs. You vs. Me, which garnered the quartet a JUNO award for Rock Album of the Year. The single enjoyed massive airplay, setting a record for the most consecutive weeks (14) at #1 on the Canadian Rock charts. The track hit one million Mediabase spins across multiple formats and spent an incredible 52 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Stay tuned for more exciting things to happen with the band in 2023.
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