The huge fandom is extremely excited about the comeback of the nine members after more than a year.
Ahead of the comeback, it has been revealed that EXO are now considered “Quintuple Million Sellers” not “Quadruple Million Sellers” anymore.
According to SM Entertainment, the pre-orders for EXO’s upcoming album “Don’t Mess Up My Tempo” has surpassed the 1 million copies as of October 30, it surpassed the 1,104,617 copies and there are still a couple of days left (to pre-order) before the album drops physically and online on November 2nd.
This is their personal best so far, it had surpassed their previous pre-orders record of 807,235 set by their fourth studio album “The War.”
EXO has sold more than a million copies of their albums and before this pending comeback they were known as “Quadruple Million Sellers.”
EXO fans seem to be super excited about the upcoming album and have already snagged their own copy of it.
EXO will be performing their title track “Tempo” for the first time on the November 2 broadcast of KBS2’s “Music Bank,” around the time their full length album drops (at 6 p.m. KST).
It has also been previously revealed previously that the group will hold a comeback showcase at 8 p.m. KST the same day.