2013 Golden Gods Presenter Music Provided by Sumerian, Now Available!

The biggest names in hard-rock and heavy-metal rocked Los Angeles on May 2 at the fifth annual Revolver Golden Gods Award Show. As always, the event featured the sort of groundbreaking performances, once-in-a-lifetime collaborations and outrageous moments that America’s only hard-rock and heavy-metal show has become known for.

Many of you have been asking what music was playing while each presenter walked on and off stage. Sumerian Records provided all the music for the 2013 show, offering tracks from After the Burial, Dayshell, Born of Osiris and Periphery.

Listen and download all the tracks on iTunes:

After the Burial – Cursing – listen here
Born of Osiris Two Worlds – listen here
Born of Osiris – Open Arms – listen here
Periphery – “Icarus Lives”- listen here
Dayshell – “Share with Me” (not available on iTunes)

For more information on the 2013 Golden Gods winners and to watch all the video highlights, click HERE.  And make sure to check out Sumerian’s own The Dillinger Escape Plan and their insane performance from the 2013 Golden Gods Awards, HERE


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  • Tammy

    Thanks for posting these; I’ve been trying to find out which songs were played, but I couldn’t figure it out. I’m so happy that one of my coworkers reminded me as I left my office at DISH last Thursday night that the Golden Gods Awards were airing. I was able to record everything from the black carpet all the way to Metallica’s incredible finish. There were numerous performances at the awards that I’m glad I have saved to my DISH Hopper. Since it can hold up to 1,250 SD or 450 HD hours of whatever I record, I can keep recording full seasons of my favorite shows, and never have to delete this year’s memorable tribute to Jeff Hanneman.