Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance

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The Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance is a Grammy Award given to musicians for playing very good heavy metal music. It was first given at the 32nd Grammy Awards in 1990. Metallica was the first band to win the award. Metallica has won the award six times.

Winners change

 
Metallica was the first band to win a Grammy for Best Metal Performance. They have won the award six times.
 
Tool won the award in 1998. They have been given it three times.
 
Slayer won the award in 2007 and 2008. It was given to them for songs from the album Christ Illusion.
 
Megadeth won the award in 2017. They were nominated for it nine times before winning it.
Year[I] Performing artist(s) Work Ref.
1990 Metallica "One" [1]
1991 Metallica "Stone Cold Crazy" [2]
1992 Metallica Metallica [3]
1993 Nine Inch Nails "Wish" [4]
1994 Ozzy Osbourne "I Don't Want to Change the World" (live) [5]
1995 Soundgarden "Spoonman" [6]
1996 Nine Inch Nails "Happiness in Slavery" (live) [7]
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1997 Rage Against the Machine "Tire Me" [9]
1998 Tool "Ænema" [10]
1999 Metallica "Better Than You" [11]
2000 Black Sabbath "Iron Man" (live) [12]
2001 Deftones "Elite" [13]
2002 Tool "Schism" [14]
2003 Korn "Here to Stay" [15]
2004 Metallica "St. Anger" [16]
2005 Motörhead "Whiplash" [17]
2006 Slipknot "Before I Forget" [18]
2007 Slayer "Eyes of the Insane" [19]
2008 Slayer "Final Six" [20]
2009 Metallica "My Apocalypse" [21]
2010 Judas Priest "Dissident Aggressor" (live) [22]
2011 Iron Maiden "El Dorado" [23]
2014 Black Sabbath "God Is Dead?" [24]
2015 Tenacious D "The Last in Line" [25]
2016 Ghost "Cirice" [26]
2017 Megadeth "Dystopia" [27]
2018 Mastodon "Sultan's Curse" [28]
2019 High on Fire "Electric Messiah" [29]
2020 Tool "7empest" [30]
2021 Body Count "Bum-Rush" [31]
2022 Dream Theater "The Alien" [32]
2023 Ozzy Osbourne "Degradation Rules" (featuring Tony Iommi) [33]

References change

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