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Goatwhore honored at The Big Easy Awards 2011

Posted by katstat on Monday, May 2, 2011 at 12:59 PM (PST)

New Orleans natives, Goatwhore, have been declared the Best Hard Rock/Metal Artist at The Big Easy Awards sponsored by Gambit Magazine and held on April 25th, 2011 at Harrah’s. Goatwhore was nominated among metal peers and Housecore recording artists Arson Anthem and Haarp. The Big Easy Awards in 2011 honors winners based on their work and performances in 2010.

Goatwhore’s year in recap may easily be one of its best years as a band. Their song “Apocalyptic Havoc” appeared on the soundtrack for “Splatterhouse,” a video game released for Xbox 360 and PS3, the video for the same song was used in an episode of Last Call with Carson Daly, they toured as part of Ozzfest 2010, and they also toured with Watain, The Black Dahlia Murder and more. “Carving Out the Eyes of God,” released at the tail end of 2009 via Metal Blade Records, broke the Billboard Top 200 chart coming in at #190. In addition to hitting the Top 200 Chart, the album also debuted on the Billboard Hard Music chart at #33, the Billboard Top New Artist (Heatseekers) Albums chart at #16, and the Billboard Top Independent Albums chart at #34.

Goatwhore will soon be entering the studio to record their follow up to Carving sometime in July. Keep an eye out for future updates here.

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