Disturbed makes it four in a row, as the hard rock band’s “Asylum,” will handily take the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 next week with sales of 160,000. 

That means that Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream’s” stay at No. 1 is a very brief one as it looks to slip 1-3, according to Hits Daily Double. Sliding in at No. 2 will be “Now 34,” which is poised to be the only title other than “Asylum” to top the 100,000 sales mark.

This week’s Billboard 200 had six debuts in the top 10 and it is likely that next week will match that tally. Also bowing in the upper reaches will be Lyfe Jennings’ “I Still Believe,” which the rapper says will be his last album, at No. 6; Goo Goo Dolls’ “Something for the Rest of Us” at No. 7, Heart’s “Red Velvet Car” at No. 8 and alternative rockers 10 Years’ “Feeding the Wolves” at No. 9.

Oscar winner Ryan Bingham’s “Junky Star” is in a dead heat with at least four other titles for a spot in the top 15.