Whats your favourite rock music movie of 2012?

It’s that time of year again, and our mates at Classic Rock need your votes for the best rock-related film (cinema or DVD release) of this year: Mission To Lars , George Harrison: Living In The Material World , Searching For Sugar Man , Rock Of Ages …what was your favourite?

The Classic Rock Roll Of Honour is back for its eighth year and is again celebrating another mind-blowing year of rock.

It’s time for you to cast your votes to determine some of the key winners in this year’s Classic Rock Awards.

So here’s your chance to vote in the 2012 Orange Classic Rock Roll Of Honour in association with currencies.co.uk, the magazine’s annual shindig celebrating rock’s greatest icons, performers, musicians and songwriters.

As ever, they want you to determine the winners in six crucial categories:

Best New Band: choose from Ancient VVisdom, Casablanca, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Cory Branan, Ghost, Monster Truck, Phantom Limb, Tedeschi-Trucks Band, The Civil Wars and Tracer

Album Of The Year: choose from Alice Cooper, Bruce Springsteen, Howlin Rain, Joe Bonamassa, Tremonti, Mastodon, Opeth, Rush, Slash, The Union, UFO and Van Halen

Reissue Of The Year (sponsored by Alchemy) : choose from Heart, Howlin’ Wolf, Jethro Tull, Judas Priest, Nick Cave, Pink Floyd, Roxy Music, the Small Faces, The Who and Whitesnake

Film/DVD Of The Year: choose from George Harrison: Living In The Material World , Mission To Lars , The Ballad Of Mott The Hoople , Pink Floyd: The Story Of Wish You Were Here , Rock Of Ages , and Searching For Sugar Man

Band Of The Year: choose from Black Sabbath, Guns N’ Roses, Joe Bonamassa, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Rush and ZZ Top

Event Of The Year: choose from Aerosmith kiss and make up, Black Sabbath reunite, Boss and Macca get silenced, Download 2012, Ginger Wildheart raises £250k, Lou Reed and Metallica, Queen and Adam Lambert, and the return of classic Status Quo

What more is there to say other than… get voting!

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