DISTURBED and LAMB OF GOD have been nominated in the inaugural Spike TV's Guys Choice in the "Ballsiest Band" category.
According to a posting on SpikeTV.com, Spike TV is giving the biggest shout-outs in television history to the things guys love most with the first annual Guys Choice. In what is sure to be the signature event for the channel, Spike TV will rely on its millions of rabid viewers to pick who is the best of the best from the worlds of film, television, sports, music and the Internet.
"This star-studded event will feature everything guys want including comedy, the hottest women in the world, the best in music, sports and so much more," reads a posting on the site. "Also, for the first time in awards show history we'll narrow the field for all awards to only two nominees, so it can be settled like men: 'mano a mano.'"
The show will tape on June 9 in Los Angeles and premiere on Spike TV on June 13 at 10:00 p.m. The program will be executive-produced by Emmy Award-winning producer Joel Gallen and Casey Patterson, Senior Vice President of Event Production and Talent Development for Spike TV.
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