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TV Premiere of the 2011 Revolver Golden Gods Awards
©Your television sets will experience a tremendous amount of Rocking and Rolling tomorrow Saturday, May 28, as VH1 Classic premieres the Revolver Golden Gods Awards at 10 PM Eastern. We suggest that you pick up a 12 pack of your favorite beverage, and that you crank up the volume as loud as possible! Then glue your eyes to your TV's, as Dave Grohl enters the stage at Club Nokia in Los Angeles and leaves you with the awesome Heavy Music (NOT!) of Justin Bieber! We are so lucky that Chris Jericho reacted immediately and...
Here is the OFFICIAL trailer:

Oh, wait a minute, you didn't think we were going to ruin the show for you, did you? What we can do is give you a rundown of who you can expect to see on national television tomorrow night and since its Heavy Music on TV, we'll do in analphabetical order just to get you in a chaotic mode:
- William Shattner: Received an award
- Wendy Dio: Presenter
- Volbeat: Performers
- Vinnie Paul (Pantera, Damageplan & Hellyeah): Performer
- Steve Jones (Sex Pistols): Performer
- Sebastian Bach: Performer
- Scott Ian (Anthrax): Presenter and performer
- Rob Zombie: Presenter
- Rammstein: Presenters
- Mötley Crüe: Received an award
- Max Cavalera (Soulfly & Cavalera Conspiracy): Presenter
- Lars Ulrich & Robert Trujillo (Metallica): Presenters
- Jerry Cantrell & Mike Inez (Alice In Chains): Presenters
- Geezer Butler (Black Sabbath): Presenter
- Corey Taylor (Slipknot & Stone Sour): Presenter and performer
- Chris Jericho (Fozzy): Host and performer
- Duff McKaggan: Performer
- Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters): Cameo appearance
- Brian Posehn (Comedian): Presenter
- Avenged Sevenfold: Performers and received an award
- Asking Alexandria: Performers
- Alice Cooper: Performer and received an award
©Wait a minute, so out of all this badass amazing musicians which ones survived the final edit of VH1 Classic's version of the 2011 Revolver Golden Gods Awards?
- "School's Out" (Original Alice Cooper band)
- "I Only Want to Be With You" (Originally by Dusty Springfield, performed by Volbeat with Scott Ian)
- "Mouth for War" (Originally by Pantera, performed by Avenged Sevenfold with Vinnie Paul)
- "Electric Eye" (Originally by Judas Priest, performed by Loaded with Corey Taylor and Steve Jones)
- "Youth Gone Wild" (Originally by Skid Row, performed by Asking Alexandria with Sebastian Bach)
©What we will never understand is why they didn't include the Black Flag tribute. Perhaps, the people at VH1 Classic don't understand how influential the Hardcore Punk Rock giants are to many Heavy Metal bands? Or did someone forget to press record? Makes no sense at all!
Now that we have that out of our chests, here are the GOLDEN GODS of 2011:
\m/ - Hunted: The Demon’s Forge® Golden God Award: Alice Cooper (presented by Rob Zombie)
\m/ - Ronnie James Dio Lifetime Achievement Award: Mötley Crüe (presented by Corey Taylor of Slipknot/Stone Sour)
\m/ - Honorary Headbanger Award: William Shatner (presented by Scott Ian of Anthrax and The Damned Things and comedian Brian Posehn)
\m/ - Epiphone® Best Guitarists Award: Synyster Gates and Zacky Vengeance of Avenged Sevenfold (presented by Robb Flynn of Machine Head and Wayne Static of Static X)
\m/ - Drum Workshop® Best Drummer Award: Mike Portnoy for his work with Avenged Sevenfold (presented by Vinnie Paul of Pantera/HellYeah)
\m/ - Best New Band Award: Black Veil Brides (presented by Duff McKagan of Loaded/Velvet Revolver/Guns N’ Roses)
\m/ - Most Metal Athlete Award: Skateboarder Mike Vallely (presented by Chino Moreno of Deftones)
\m/ - Rockstar Energy® Best Vocalist Award: M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold (presented by Taylor Momsen of The Pretty Reckless and Sebastian Bach)
\m/ - Samson/Zoom® Best Live Band Award: Rammstein (presented by Charlie Benante of Anthrax and Mike Portnoy)
\m/ - Eagle Rock® Comeback of the Year Award: Murderdolls (presented by David Coverdale of Whitesnake)
\m/ - Affliction® Album of the Year Award: Avenged Sevenfold (presented by Jerry Cantrell and Mike Inez of Alice in Chains)
"I don't know what metal is anymore. I don't think we're it. Classic metal to me is Judas Priest and the first Iron Maiden record. Loaded plays a lot of European festivals, and we see a lot of [Extreme Metal]. Compared to that we're a little pop band." - Duff McKaggan
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