Golden God Awards 2012

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Golden God Awards 2012

The fourth annual Revolver Golden Gods Award Show brought the house down at Club Nokia in Los Angeles on April 11 with groundbreaking performances and once-in-a-lifetime collaborations that America’s only hard-rock and heavy-metal show have become known for. Broadcast live in its entirety on Xbox LIVE and the Revolver Facebook page, the sold-out event featured the greatest in hard rock and heavy metal and was hosted again by Fozzy front man and WWE pro-wrestling legend Chris Jericho. Album of the Year honors at this year’s event went to Korn for their critically acclaimed album The Path of Totality.

The evening featured surprise appearances including Johnny Depp playing guitar on two Marilyn Manson songs, “Sweet Dreams” and “The Beautiful People,” and Taylor Momen joining Manson for “The Dope Show;” Slipknot’s Corey Taylor and Machine Head’s Robb Flynn joining Trivium onstage to cover Metallica’s “Creeping Death;” Slash jamming with Alice Cooper on “Schools Out;” Dee Snider performing with the Black Veil Brides for an awesome rendition of “I Wanna Rock,” and more. Highlights also include Jack Black and Kyle Glass of Tenacious D presenting the Ronnie James Dio Lifetime Achievement Award to prog-rock pioneers Rush and legendary Kiss rocker Gene Simmons taking home the “Golden God” award.

  • Producers; Josh Bernstein, Alana Zinn, Allen Newman
  • Director: Mark Lucas
  • Production & Lighting Designer: Lee Rose
  • Chief Lighting Technicican: Christian Killingsworth


Alice Cooper, Allen Newman, Amy Lee, avenged sevenfold, Black Veil Brides, CM Punk, Corey Taylor, Dee Snider, Evanescence, Five Finger Death Punch, Gene Simmons, Jack Black, Jake Pitts, Jeremy Spencer, Jinxx, johnny depp, Kiss, Korn, Kyle Gass, Lee Rose, Lee Rose Designs, Lee Rose lighting design, Lee Rose Lighting Designer, Machine Head, Marc Lucas, Marilyn Manson, Mark Lucas, Motley Crue, Nikki Sixx, Revolver Golden Gods, Robb Flynn, Rush, Sixx:A.M., Slash, Slipknot, Tenacious D, Trivium, Twisted Sister, X Japan