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Megadeth Ready to Move From Grammys to Big Four

Turns out the ninth time was not the charm for Megadeth. The metal heroes were up for yet another Grammy this year, and -- like the previous eight times -- they lost, this time to Iron Maiden...

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Them Crooked Vultures Win Grammy for Best Hard Rock Performance

The 2011 Grammy for Best Hard Rock Performance went to Them Crooked Vultures for 'New Fang.' The supergroup with the drool-worthy pedigree features Dave Grohl, Josh Homme and John Paul Jones in its ranks -- so it's no wonder they won...

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Iron Maiden Win Grammy for Best Metal Performance

Although they've been nominated for Grammy awards twice before, it looks like three times was a charm for Iron Maiden. The British sextet just won the Best Metal Performance Grammy for their 2010 single, 'El Dorado...

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Alice in Chains Hope Eighth Grammy Nomination Is the Charm

Alice in Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell is hoping eight is the magic number for his band. They've been nominated for Grammy Awards in the Best Hard Rock Performance category seven times since 1992, but have never won...

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Slayer Frontman ‘Really Surprised’ About Fifth Grammy Nomination

"Somebody's paying someone off," joked Slayer frontman Tom Araya told Noisecreep about the band's fifth Grammy nomination. "I'm really surprised...

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Grammy Nominees 2011 Announced for Hard Rock and Metal

The Grammy nominees for the 53rd annual awards show were announced this evening, and some perennial favorites got the nods in the Best Metal Performance category...

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