Poll: What Is the Song of the Year?
Revolver Magazine | Dec 07, 2011 | Comments 5,862 | Tags: A Day to Remember, Alesana, Anthrax, Asking Alexandria, avenged sevenfold, Best of 2011, Black Veil Brides, Chevelle, Children of Bodom, Chimaira, Devildriver, Disturbed, Dream Theater, Evanescence, Foo Fighters, Jamey Jasta, Korn, Lamb of God, Machine Head, Mastodon, Polls, Rammstein, Sebastian Bach, Seether, Staind, Steel Panther, Trivium, Year in Rock
Revolver‘s 100th issue hits newsstands on December 13 (but it’s available here right now), and, in addition to our list of the 100 Greatest Living Rock Stars, it contains our list of the 20 Best Albums of 2011. We’ve already announced that Korn have taken Album of the Year honors for their innovative and controversial electronic-music-infused LP, The Path of Totality, but you’ll have to read the issue to see the other 19 records that made the cut. In the meantime, we’re asking you to choose 2011′s Song of the Year. We’ve put together a list of the biggest and baddest songs in hard rock and heavy metal below (all of which were released as singles in 2011, even if some originally came out previously), all you have to do is pick the best. And feel free to vote as many times as you want–until the poll ends on Monday, December 19. So without further ado, getcha pull!
UPDATE: Find out the results here!