SLIPKNOT, HELLYEAH, CANNIBAL CORPSE Members To Attend Germany's 'Metal Hammer Award Show'

Corey Taylor (SLIPKNOT, STONE SOUR), Josh Rand (STONE SOUR), Alex Webster (CANNIBAL CORPSE), Vinnie Paul Abott (HELLYEAH, PANTERA) and Michael Amott (ARCH ENEMY) are among the musicians who will attend this year's installment of the Metal Hammer Award Show, set to take place September 14 at Kesselhaus in Berlin, Germany. Angela Gossow (ARCH ENEMY) will host the event, which will feature performances by SABATON, ELUVEITIE and CALLEJON.

Commented Abbott: "Metal Hammer Germany, I am excited to announce that had I will be attending this year's award ceremony! It will be a honor and a great time drinkin' and hangin' with all the Metal Hammer metalheads and bands. I hope you guys have a chance to check out the new HELLYEAH album, 'Band Of Brothers', as we are planning a tour over there early next year and plan on playin lotsa new stuff for you. See ya soon! Big love vp! Hell Yeah!"


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