GRAMMY AWARDS Nominees Announced!

January 7, 2003

The nominees in the "Best Hard Rock Performance" and "Best Metal Performance" categories for the 45 Annual Grammy Awards are as follows:

Best Hard Rock Performance:
FOO FIGHTERS – "All Of My Life"
GODSMACK – "I Stand Alone"
P.O.D. – "Youth Of The Nation"
SYSTEM OF A DOWN – "Aerials"

Best Metal Performance:
KORN – "Here To Stay"
P.O.D. – "Portrait"
SLIPKNOT – "My Plague"
STONE SOUR – "Get Inside"
ROB ZOMBIE – "Never Gonna Stop (The Red, Red Kroovy)"

The show, to be telecast from Madison Square Garden on CBS on Feb. 23 from 8-11 p.m. (ET/PT),will mark the first Grammy Awards in New York City since 1998, and the first-ever Sunday broadcast of the awards show.

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