Woods Of Ypres Win Juno Award

Woods of Ypres

Unlike the Grammys, the Juno Awards get it right almost every year.

Take this year’s awards, for example.

Woods of Ypres were up for the “Metal/Hard Music Album Of The Year” award, against the likes of the Devin Townsend Project, Ex Deo, Cancer Bats, and Castle.

They won.

The band’s fifth record, Woods 5: Grey Skies & Electric Light, was released last year.

More than a year ago, the band’s frontman David Gold was killed in a car accident near Barrie, Ontario.

This was the honorable and respectable thing to do. Woods of Ypres won’t be releasing more music; at least I don’t think they will.

Those other bands will, and they’ll have plenty of chances to win going forward.

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