MACHINE HEAD, LAMB OF GOD, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH Honored At KAWASAKI GOLDEN GODS AWARDS
MACHINE HEAD, LAMB OF GOD, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH, IMMORTAL and BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE are among the artists who were honored at this year's Kawasaki Golden Gods Awards (formerly Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards), which was held last night (Monday, June 14) at the IndigO2 venue in South London, England.
The complete list of winners:
* Best New Band: RISE TO REMAIN
* Best Underground Act: IMMORTAL
* Best Drummer: Mike Portnoy
* Global Metal: DEMONIC RESSURECTION
* Best Live Band: MACHINE HEAD
* Best Event: Download
* Riff Lord: Joe Perry
* Spirit of Hammer: Sir Christopher Lee
* Metal As Fuck: EVILE
* Best U.K. Band: BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE
* Dimebag Darrell Shredder Award: Zoltan Bathory (FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH)
* Breakthrough Artist: FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH
* Inspiration: Tom G. Warrior (CELTIC FROST, TRIPTYKON)
* Best Album: "The Devil You Know" - HEAVEN & HELL
* Best International Band: LAMB OF GOD
* Defender of the Faith: Jon & Tracey Morter
* Golden God: Zakk Wylde
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