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Avenged Sevenfold’s M. Shadows may be thrilled with his band’s first-ever Grammy nomination, for Best Rock Song, but he’s not happy about the way that heavy metal is represented on the Grammy broadcast: the category is one of 70 that is not televised during the evening. Speaking with a Detroit radio station, Shadows said, “If you’re getting the ‘metal’ award, they don’t actually televise it, so no one sees it — it doesn’t move the needle at all. And I think that’s what the Grammys have to get right.” Shadows continued, “When you look at metal, it’s probably one of the healthiest genres when you look at it in a worldwide perspective — every single country listens to metal. And whether it’s mainstream or not, it’s irrelevant. People will watch your program if you’re giving awards to bands that deserve it and it’s actually on TV, and it helps those bands push the needle forward.” Shadows added that Avenged Sevenfold was “fortunate this year to be in the ‘rock’ category” because Best Rock Song is among the categories that are telecast.
Queens Of The Stone Age's appearance on Thursday's (December 14th) edition of The Ellen Show was canceled abruptly, part of the ongoing fallout following an incident last weekend in which frontman Josh Homme kicked a female photographer in the face at a radio festival...read more
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