Woody Allen once said that 90% of success is just showing up.
Well by the looks of it Motorhead and Black Sabbath have been showing up for a long time now in the world of Metal.
So in their honor, Motorhead and Black Sabbath were crowned the kings of Heavy Metal on Monday, winning the UK's top metal music awards, the Metal Hammer Golden Gods.
Motorhead, best known for its 1980 hit "Ace of Spades", received the Golden Gods awards at the 11th annual ceremony for making a significant contribution to the Rock and Heavy Metal industry over nearly four decades.
Motorhead frontman Lemmy received the Golden Gods award from members of Guns N' Roses and Velvet Revolver.
Black Sabbath won the award for best album for "13" which went to No. 1 in the British charts on Sunday, giving Sabbath its first number one album in nearly 43 years.
Ozzy and Sabbath, who are scheduled to begin a U.S. tour this summer followed by concerts in South America and Europe later in the year, also won the award for best UK band.
When Ozzy was asked what he remembers most about his legendary career in Metal, The Prince of Darkness said in true Ozzy fashion: "Not much..heh heh..."