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Revolver Golden Gods Awards Updates: GUNS N ROSES To Bring out Duff, SUICIDE SILENCE To Jam with Max Cavalera, Show to be Streamed Live

There were some last minute announcements for the Revolver Golden Gods happening tomorrow at Club Nokia in LA.

There were some last minute announcements for the Revolver Golden Gods happening tomorrow at Club Nokia in LA.

There were some last minute announcements for the Revolver Golden Gods happening tomorrow at Club Nokia in LA.

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First off, Guns N Roses have confirmed that Duff McKagan will be on the low-end for the band's headlining performance at the show. I believe this might be the first time Duff has played with GNR in the States in a very long time.

Also, for reasons unannounced Korn have dropped off the show and have been replaced by Suicide Silence, who will bring up Max Cavalera for a special jam. Other performances include Joan Jett And The Blackhearts, A Day To Remember, Zakk Wylde and The Pretty Reckless.

The show will be streaming live on Amazon, VH1.com, VH1classic.com and the VH1 app, with a one hour edition of the show scheduled to air on Vh1 Classic on on Saturday, May 24th.

As for award presenters, here is who is scheduled to appear:

Black Sabbath
Linkin Park‘s Chester Bennington and Mike Shinoda
Rob Zombie
Alice Cooper
Ace Frehley
Scott Ian
Dave Navarro
Orianthi
Marilyn Manson
Andrew Dice Clay
Carmen Electra
Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein
Tony Hawk
Joe Manganiello (“True Blood“, etc.)
Bam Margera
Pauley Perrette (“NCIS“)
Richie Sambora
Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach
Danny Trejo
The Winery Dogs

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For those interested in the award categories, take a look at our previous coverage. We will of course be on the black carpet doing our usual interviews. Here is our video report from last year's event:

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