As the decade comes to an end people are analyzing the past ten years of music and twenty one pilots have earned the best selling rock album of the 2010's.

The band's 4x Platinum-certified record Blurryface ended up selling over 6.5 million copies worldwide and over 1.7 million sales coming from the U.S. alone.

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The 2015 record sat on the album charts for nine weeks at the top spot. Overall, it held a place on the charts for a total of 234 weeks.

A huge congratulations are in order for the band on this major accomplishment. You can relive the record below.

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The band were forced to postpone a show in Salt Lake City recently due to unsafe conditions as a result of the weather.

They were slated to perform at the Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Unfortunately, snowfall and slick roads have made for unsafe conditions. The band hit Twitter announcing that due to the weather, they're unable to make it on time.

They rescheduled the show for Nov 4 and let anyone with tickets use those to get in still. They also put out a statement at the time to announce their cancellation.

“snowfall has made it impossible for us to make it to SLC in time for our show. as tough as this decision was, we could not justify endangering our crew on the slick roads through the mountains. the plan is to move the event to november 4th. your ticket is good for the new date.”

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