AUSTRALIAN METAL AWARDS Now Accepting Submissions

The 2009 Australian Metal Awards have been announced and will feature the following categories:

* Overall Best Band 2009
* Best Album
* Best Live Band
* Song Of The Year
* Best Film Clip
* Best Producer / Recording Engineer
* Best Unsigned Demo/EP
* Best Guitarist
* Best Drummer
* Best Vocalist
* Best Bass Player
* Best Keyboard Player
* Best Album Cover
* Best New Band
* Best Export
* Most Popular Merch
* Best Regional Band
* Best Youth Band
* Best Metal Magazine / Press / Fanzine
* Best Band Name

Do you think your band has what it takes to be the winner of the Australian Metal Awards?

Categories and registration details are currently being finalized. A basic press kit and demo will be required for all band entries. Register your interest on the web site or send an email and you will be updated on the progress.

Submissions commence December 1, 2008 and will be accepted through March 1, 2009.

For more information, email [email protected]


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