New Zealand global metal frontrunners ALIEN WEAPONRY have just been awarded one of the most significant and prestigious awards in New Zealand’s music industry, the Aotearoa Music Award (formerly New Zealand Music Award) for Te Kaipuoro Rakapioi Toa (Best Rock Artist). This marks the second time that the band have received this honor, first winning in 2018 for their critically acclaimed debut album Tū.Continue reading ALIEN WEAPONRY Win Aotearoa Music Award for Te Kaipuoro Rakapioi Toa (Best Rock Artist), for the Second Time!
London, Friday 03 September: Winners of the 2021 Heavy Music Awards have been announced following an electrifying sold out ceremony at London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town in front of a capacity 2,300 crowd. With Amazon Music as headline sponsor the likes of Bring Me The Horizon, Enter Shikari, Ghostemane, Spiritbox, Nova Twins, Wargasm were out in force taking home the coveted gongs, following a worldwide public vote which saw a staggering 1.4 million votes cast.Continue reading HEAVY MUSIC AWARDS 2021 WINNERS ANNOUNCED
The finalists for the fifth annual Heavy Music Awards have been revealed following the news that HMA21 will take place at a full capacity, in-person event at London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town on Thursday 02 September 2021, which will be live streamed to a global audience exclusively on Twitch.
Voting is open now until 14 July at vote.heavymusicawards.com – all voters over the age of 18 are entered into the ballot to win tickets to the Awards.
Heavy Group have announced that the fifth annual Heavy Music Awards will take place as a full, in-person event at the 2,300 capacity O2 Forum Kentish Town on Thursday 02 September 2021.
In addition, following the staggering success of HMA20’s live streamed online award show (due to Covid-19) – which saw 177,000 live viewers tuned in – the event will also be streamed worldwide on Twitch.Continue reading HEAVY MUSIC AWARDS Returns FOR 2021