2020 was a year for the history books, and not just in terms of global events. For the music industry, it was the year of livestreams and singles, upending the traditional album and touring format. Although there was undeniable loss and hardship for artists, they also embraced the new challenges as a call to impressive creativity.
The Grizzly Awards has officially launched fan voting for their second year of celebrating faith-based rock and metal. Fans can vote at thegrizzlyawards.com/vote.
The Grizzly Awards is gearing up for their second annual year of celebrating faith-based rock and metal by opening a form for artists, labels, and management to submit their music for nominee consideration. They’ve also launched a special opportunity for artists to get their music heard with the brand new COVID-Trax Contest.
The Grizzly Awards has announced that their modified plans for an awards special will have them streaming live on the evening of April 1, at 7:00 CST. The special will feature performances from Disciple, Random Hero, Rusty Shipp, All Above Me, Adelaide, and more.
The Grizzly Awards has put out a call for fan videos, to be included in the awards special that will stream in April.
Seventh Day Slumber has re-released two of their previous albums, We Are the Broken (2014) and Found (2017), under their own label, Rockfest Records, through which they also have released their most recent album, Closer to Chaos (2019).
The Grizzly Awards launches public voting for its inaugural year on February 14, 2020 at noon. Fans are invited to cast their votes at thegrizzlyawards.com/vote.