METAL HAMMER GOLDEN GODS AWARDS Video Diary Available
A video diary from this year's Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards gala, which was held last night (Monday, June 11) at Koko in London, England, is available at Metal Hammer TV.
The Sun Online reported earlier today that Welsh metallers BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE were booed last night when they collected their award for "Best UK Band".
LAMB OF GOD walked away with just one gong, despite an impressive five nominations.
The complete list of winners is as follows:
Best U.K. Band: BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE
Best Live Band: LAMB OF GOD
Best International Band: KILLSWITCH ENGAGE
Best Underground Band: JOB FOR A COWBOY
Best Newcomer: DEATHSTARS
Best Video: AVENGED SEVENFOLD - "Seize The Day"
Riff Lord: Slash (GUNS N' ROSES, VELVET REVOLVER)
Shredder: Bill Kelliher and Brent Hinds (MASTODON)
Best Metal Label: Roadrunner
Album Of The Year: MACHINE HEAD - "The Blackening"
Spirit of Hammer: NAPALM DEATH
Golden God: Robb Flynn
Icon Award: SLAYER
Best Viral Campaign: BUCKCHERRY
Best Comeback: HEAVEN AND HELL
Check out pictures from Wire Image, Getty Images.
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