THE HAUNTED Win Swedish 'Grammy' For 'Best Hard Rock'
THE HAUNTED have won a Swedish "Grammy" award in the "Best Hard Rock" category for their 2003 release "One Kill Wonder".
The highly acclaimed thrashers, who were recently rejoined by original vocalist Peter Dolving, beat out the likes of OPETH, MUSTASCH, EVERGREY and BACKYARD BABIES to win the award, which was presented to the group at the official "Grammisgala" ceremony, held at Berns Salonger in Stockholm Monday night (Feb. 9).
The following is a list of the Swedish "Grammy" winners in the "Best Hard Rock" category for the previous 11 years:
2002: OPETH – "Deliverance"
2001: BACKYARD BABIES - "Making Enemies Is Good"
2000: THE HAUNTED - "The Haunted Made Me Do It"
1999: LOK - "Naken, Blästrad Och Skitsur"
1998: BACKYARD BABIES - "Total 13"
1997: MISERY LOVES CO. - "Not Like Them"
1996: HELLACOPTERS - "Supershitty To The Max"
1995: FIRESIDE - "Do Not Tailgate"
1994: MARY BEATS JANE - "Mary Beats Jane"
1993: CLAWFINGER - "Deaf Dumb Blind"
1992: SATOR – "Headquake"
To see a complete list of the winners at this year's Swedish "Grammy" awards, click here.
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