Orange Amplification is delighted to be the headline sponsor of the Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards for the second consecutive year. The 2013 awards promise to be even bigger & better, with more explosive live performances and heavy metal mayhem.
The Orange Amplification Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards 2013 takes place on the 17th June 2013 at the IndigO2 with Motörhead, one of the world’s most seminal rock bands headlining what will be their most intimate show in years. Motörhead states, “It’s awesome to be headlining our first ever award show. It’s an honour to play some kick ass rock’n’roll at the Golden God Awards.’
Orange amp endorsees are set to dominate this year’s annual homage to metal with twelve of them nominated for awards. Bleed From Within and Bury Tomorrow are up for the Best New Band award, While She Sleeps, Asking Alexandria and Kvelertak compete for the Breakthrough award and Bring Me The Horizon look for votes as the Best UK Band. Defttones, Stone Sour and Down are challenging each other for the Best International Band award, Clutch and Limpbizkit are rivals for the Best Live Act award and Jason Newsted’s Return are going for the Metal As F**k award. With Orange amps, the amp of choice for metal guitarists everywhere, these awards could be an orange ‘whitewash’. Vote for your favourite bands and be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets that money cannot buy.
‘Orange Amps are an integral part of the new hard rock and heavy metal scene’ commented Damon Waller, Managing Director, ‘being here championing the Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards, which are designed to celebrate metal’s real success stories, shows that Orange Amps care and will be setting the tone for years to come.’
To find out more about the Orange gear and their artists nominated for this years awards visit http://www.orangeamps.com/. For more about the Golden God awards, vote for your favourite bands and be in with a chance to win free tickets go to goldengods.metalhammer.co.uk
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