CHICAGO, IL - JANUARY 24: Patrick Stump and Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy perform at Lincoln Hall on January 24, 2015 in Chicago
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2015's Billboard 200 has so far been ruled by pop divas Taylor Swift and Meghan Trainor, but rock 'n' roll now rules the land again. Fall Out Boy's sixth studio album, American Beauty/American Psycho, has debuted at No. 1 with 218,000 copies sold. 

This marks Fall Out Boy's third time on top, with 2007's Infinity on High debuting at No. 1, as well as the 2013 reunion record Save Rock and RollBillboard also notes that "Fall Out Boy collects the second-biggest sales week for a rock album in the last two years. Only Coldplay's bow (eight months ago) with Ghost Stories (383,000 in the week ending May 21, 2014) was larger." Watch out, Chris Martin—Stump & Wentz are comin' for ya.

Fall Out Boy recently announced the Boys of Zummer Tour, which will send the rockers on the road with Wiz Khalifa for two straight months. To celebrate, FOB and Wiz released an EDM-ified "Uma Thurman" remix.

To celebrate Fall Out Boy's big Billboard victory, check out Fuse's 10 favorite non-singles and take our quiz to find out which of the band's eras best matches your gnarly self.