Foo Fighters, Måneskin and Twenty One Pilots are among the nominees for the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards.
Dave Grohl and company will compete in the Best Rock category with their Jason Sudeikis-starring clip for “Love Dies Young,” while the Italian rockers and the “Stressed Out” duo are up for Best Alternative with “I Wanna Be Your Slave” and “Saturday,” respectively.
The other Best Rock nominees are Jack White‘s “Taking Me Back,” Muse‘s “Won’t Stand Down,” Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ “Black Summer,” Shinedown‘s “Planet Zero” and Three Days Grace‘s “So Called Life.”
In the Best Alternative category, you’ll also find Avril Lavigne‘s “Love It When You Hate Me” feat. blackbear, Imagine Dragons and JID‘s “Enemy,” Machine Gun Kelly and WILLOW‘s “Emo Girl,” Panic! at the Disco‘s “Viva Las Vengeance” and WILLOW and Avril Lavigne’s “Grow” feat. Travis Barker.
Foo Fighters are also nominated for Best Longform Video for their horror-comedy movie Studio 666, while Twenty One Pilots’ Roblox concert is up for Best Metaverse Performance. Måneskin also picked up a nod in the Best New Artist category along with “abcdefu” artist GAYLE.
Billie Eilish, meanwhile, is nominated for a total of five awards, including Song of the Year and Best Direction for “Happier Than Ever” as well as Best Longform Video for her Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles performance film.
The 2022 MTV VMAs take place August 28. Voting is now open at Vote.MTV.com.
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