The 2017 Loudwire Music Awards ceremony and concert is set for Oct. 24 at The Novo in downtown Los Angeles with a rapidly growing list of live performers set to hit the stage. New York thrash legends Anthrax and rising rock sensation Nothing More will take the stage with additional performances coming from Halestorm, Body Count, Starset, Power Trip as well as Judas Priest's Rob Halford.

"All of us in Anthrax are honored to be included in this year’s Loudwire Music Awards, both as nominees in the Best Live Band category and with a special performance at the show,” says Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante. “The Loudwire Music Awards is a celebration of OUR music and the support that Loudwire has given to all of us in hard rock, metal and thrash is really appreciated. We take pride in our live show as it’s always a chance for us to connect with the audience and we hope to bring the Loudwire Awards to a metalized frenzy with the special live set we’re planning.”

“Loudwire is on the forefront of rock, always sharing news about the best things in our genre,” adds Nothing More frontman Jonny Hawkins, adding, “so we’re honored that they asked us to do this show... Can't wait!

Anthrax have been on the road around the world in support of 2016's For All Kings while also celebrating the 30th anniversary of their undisputed classic, Among the Living. Meanwhile, Nothing More's The Stories We Tell Ourselves will be released later this year in September, featuring the hit single "Go to War," which has been featured in the War for the Planet of the Apes film trailer.

Both bands have received multiple nominations in the 2017 Loudwire Music Awards and the full list of nominees as well as how to vote can be found here.

WWE icon and Fozzy frontman Chris Jericho will host the event, which will also honor Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi with the Courage Award and Rob Halford with the Lemmy Award. Tickets are on sale now here and more information can be found at LoudwireAwards.com.