Greta Van Fleet Win Best Rock Album at 2019 Grammys
Greta Van Fleet's From the Fires won the award for Best Rock Album at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards.
They beat out fellow nominees Alice in Chains, Rainier Fog; Fall Out Boy, M A N I A; Ghost, Prequelle; and Weezer, Pacific Daydream.
Greta Van Fleet were nominated for a total of four Grammys in 2019, including Best Rock Performance, Best Rock Song and Best Rock Album and Best New Artist, which will be announced during the primetime telecast.
"Music's Biggest Night" is happening in Los Angeles tonight (Feb. 10), and it's airing on CBS at 8PM ET. A total of 84 golden gramophones will be handed out throughout the night. All rock categories were once again left out of the primetime telecast and were handed out during the pre-telecast.
Last year's winner in this category was The War on Drugs for A Deeper Understanding. The Foo Fighters took home the award for Best Rock Song in 2018 with "Run." Mastodon, who earned their first Grammy Award in after receiving several nominations in the past, won the Best Metal Performance award in 2018 for the Emperor of Sand track "Sultan's Curse." Meanwhile, the late Leonard Cohen's "You Want It Darker" took Best Rock Performance last year.
Other rock categories that were announced during the pre-cast can be seen below:
Best Metal Performance
Between the Buried and Me, "Condemned to the Gallows"
High on Fire, "Electric Messiah"
Underoath, "On My Teeth"
Best Rock Performance
Arctic Monkeys, "Four Out of Five"
Chris Cornell, "When Bad Does Good"
The Fever 333, "Made an America"
Greta Van Fleet, "Highway Tune"
Best Rock Song
Bring Me the Horizon, "MANTRA"
Greta Van Fleet, "Black Smoke Rising"
St. Vincent, "Masseducation"
Twenty One Pilots, "Jumpsuit"
Best New Artist
Greta Van Fleet
Chloe X Halle
Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package
Guns N' Roses, Appetite for Destruction (Locked N' Loaded) Box Set
The Decemberists, I'll Be Your Girl
Grateful Dead, Pacific Northwest '73-74': The Complete Recordings
"Weird Al" Yankovic, Squeeze Box: The Complete Works Of "Weird Al" Yankovic
Johnny Nicholas, Too Many Bad Habits
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