The Revolver Golden God Awards have just announced a new batch of rockers to appear at the 2012 ceremony. Not only will Korn, Tenacious D, Dee Snider and Trivium present and perform in the show, but drummer Vinnie Paul will debut a never-before seen Pantera music video from the ‘Vulgar Display of Power’ recordings.

As we recently reported, the hard rock and metal awards event is set to take off on April 11 with Marilyn Manson, Slash, Evanescence, Sixx:AM and Black Veil Brides contributing at the celebration.

Tenacious D will be at the Golden Gods to present Rush with the Ronnie James Dio Lifetime Achievement Award. Tenacious D co-leader Jack Black shared his excitement for the presentation. “Rush was the most impressive band, musically, when I was just learning about rock. Weirdly, they got your body moving in interpretive-dancing ways, but it was still aggressive. Their stuff was just so complex and so tasty!”

Both Trivium and Korn, the latter of which is nominated for Album of the Year, will bring their talents to the stage at the Golden Gods. Twisted Sister vocalist Dee Snider will also be performing at the event, singing his band’s classic anthem ‘I Wanna Rock’ with Black Veil Brides as his backing group.

The most anticipated part of 2012′s Golden Gods is the release of the lost Pantera track, ‘Piss.’ Vinnie Paul exclaimed, “‘Piss’ is the only unheard complete Pantera track in existence. It was recorded at the same time as Vulgar Display of Power and it’s 100 percent Pantera with attitude and our signature groove! After mixing it, I can’t believe it didn’t make the record! So it’s 2012 and 20 years later and new Pantera music has been delivered.”

Voting is now open for Revolver’s 2012 Golden Gods Awards. Rock the vote!