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Famous as :

Heavy metal band

Birth Date :

1981

Birth Place :

Los Angeles, California, USA

Claim to fame :

Album "Metallica" (1991)

American Music Awards


2003

Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Alternative Artist

1997

Won American Music Award
category Favorite Heavy Metal/Hard Rock Artist

1994

Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Heavy Metal/Hard Rock Artist

1993

Won American Music Award
category Favorite Heavy Metal/Hard Rock Artist

1992

Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Heavy Metal/Hard Rock Artist

1992

Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Heavy Metal/Hard Rock Album for "Metallica"

ASCAP Pop Music Awards


2004

Won ASCAP Creative Voice Award


Billboard Music Awards


1999

Won Billboard Music Award
category Catalog Artist of the Year

1999

Won Billboard Music Award
category Catalog Album of the Year for "Metallica"

1988

Won Billboard Music Award
category Top Music Videocassette of the Year for "Cliff 'Em All"

California Music Awards


2000

Won Arthur M. Sohcot Award
category (for Excellence)

1999

Won California Music Award
category Outstanding Hard Rock Album for "Reload"

ECHO Awards, Germany


2009

Got nomination for ECHO Award
category Best International Rock/Metal/Alternative/Heavy Metal Group (Bester Kunstler/Kunstlerin/Gruppe/Kollaboration Rock/Alternative/Heavy Metal International)

Grammy Awards


2010

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Hard Rock Performance for "The Unforgiven III"

2009

Won Grammy Award
category Best Metal Performance for "My Apocalypse"

2009

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Rock Instrumental Performance for "Suicide & Redemption"

2009

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Rock Album for "Death Magnetic"

2008

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Rock Instrumental Performance for "The Ecstasy of Gold"

2004

Won Grammy Award
category Best Metal Performance for "St. Anger"

2004

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Hard Rock Performance for "Some Kind Of Monster"

2001

Won Grammy Award
category Best Rock Instrumental Performance for "The Call Of The Ktulu"
shared with Michael Kamen; San Francisco Symphony Orchestra

2000

Won Grammy Award
category Best Hard Rock Performance for "Whiskey In The Jar"

1999

Won Grammy Award
category Best Metal Performance for "Better Than You"

1999

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Hard Rock Performance for "Fuel"

1996

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Metal Performance for "For Whom The Bell Tolls"

1992

Won Grammy Award
category Best Metal Performance with Vocal for "Metallica"

1992

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Rock Song for "Enter Sandman"

1991

Won Grammy Award
category Best Metal Performance for "Stone Cold Crazy"

1990

Won Grammy Award
category Best Metal Performance "One"

1989

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Hard Rock Performance for "..And Justice For All"

Independent Spirit Awards


2005

Won Independent Spirit Award
category Best Documentary for "Some Kind of Monster"

Juno Awards


2009

Got nomination for Juno Award
category International Album of the Year for "Death Magnetic"

Kerang! Awards


2004

Got nomination for Kerang! Award
category Best Live Band

2004

Got nomination for Kerang! Award
category Best Band On The Planet

2003

Got nomination for Kerang! Award
category Best Album for "St Anger"

2003

Got nomination for Kerang! Award
category Best International Band

Kerrang! Awards


2010

Got nomination for Kerrang! Award
category Best International Band

2009

Won Kerrang! Award
category Best Album for "Death Magnetic"

2009

Got nomination for Kerrang! Award
category Best Video for "The Day That Never Comes"

2009

Got nomination for Kerrang! Award
category Best Live Band

2009

Got nomination for Kerrang! Award
category Best International Band

2009

Got nomination for Kerrang! Award
category Best Single for "All Nightmare Long"

2008

Won Kerrang! Inspiration Award


Los Premios MTV


2009

Got nomination for Los Premio MTV
category Best Rock Artist - International

Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards


2012

Got nomination for Metal Hammer Golden Gods Award
category Best Live Band

MTV Europe Music Awards


2008

Got nomination for MTV Europe Music Award
category Rock Out

2008

Got nomination for MTV Europe Music Award
category Headliner

MTV Video Music Awards


2003

Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award
category Best Rock Video for "St. Anger"

2000

Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award
category Best Rock Video for "I Disappear"

2000

Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award
category Best Video from a Film for "I Disappear"

1998

Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award
category Best Rock Video for "The Unforgiven II"

1996

Won MTV Video Music Award
category Best Hard Rock Video for "Until It Sleeps"

1992

Won MTV Video Music Award
category Best Heavy Metal / Hard Rock Video for "Enter Sandman"

MuchMusic Video Music Awards


2000

Got nomination for MuchMusic Video Music Award
category Best International Video for "I Disappear"

My VH1 Music Awards


2000

Won My VH1 Music Award
category Gods of Thunder

2000

Won My VH1 Music Award
category Best Stage Spectacle
shared with San Francisco Symphony

Q Awards


2011

Got nomination for Q Award
category Greatest Act of the Last 25 Years

2008

Got nomination for Q Award
category Best Act in the World Today

Radio Music Awards


2005

Got nomination for Radio Music Award
category Artist of the Year/ Alternative and Active Rock Radio

2005

Got nomination for Radio Music Award
category Artist of the Year/Rock Radio

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame


2009

Won Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
category Performer

 
 
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