For information on the Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance and a complete list of winners for the category, go through the article given below


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Best Metal Performance

The Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance was first handed out in 1990. Previously the category was represented together with Best Hard Rock Performance as Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance Vocal or Instrumental. Metallica are the most successful band in this category winning six times out of the eight times they were nominated. Megadeth on the other hand has been nominated eight times and are yet to win an award in this category. Other multiple winners include Slayer, Tool and Nine Inch Nails with two wins each.  

Winners: Grammys Best Metal Performance

Year
Winner/s
Song
1990
 Metallica
 "One" (track from ...And Justice for All)
1991
 Metallica
 "Stone Cold Crazy" (track from Rubáiyát: Elektra's 40th Anniversary)
1992
 Metallica
 Metallica
1993
 Nine Inch Nails
 "Wish" (track from Broken)
1994
 Ozzy Osbourne
 "I Don't Want to Change the World" (track from No More Tears)
1995
 Soundgarden
 "Spoonman" (track from Superunknown)
1996
 Nine Inch Nails
 "Happiness in Slavery" (track from Woodstock '94)
1997
 Rage Against the Machine
 "Tire Me" (track from Evil Empire)
1998
 Tool
 "Ænema" (track from Ænima)
1999
 Metallica
 "Better Than You" (track from ReLoad)
2000
 Black Sabbath
 "Iron Man" (track from The Best of Black Sabbath)
2001
 Deftones
 "Elite" (track from White Pony)
2002
 Tool
 "Schism" (track from Lateralus)[17]
2003
 Korn
 "Here to Stay" (track from Untouchables)
2004
 Metallica
 "St. Anger" (track from St. Anger)
2005
 Motörhead
 "Whiplash" (track from Metallic Attack: The Ultimate Tribute to Metallica)
2006
 Slipknot
 "Before I Forget" (track from Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)
2007
 Slayer
 "Eyes of the Insane" (track from Christ Illusion)
2008
 Slayer
 "Final Six" (track from Christ Illusion)
2009
 Metallica
 "My Apocalypse" (track from Death Magnetic)
2010
 Judas Priest
 "Dissident Aggressor" (track from A Touch of Evil: Live)

  
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