Super Bowl festivities seldom showcase hard-rockin' acts. And after last year's Janet peekaboobie fiasco, it's even less likely that event organizers will book Cannibal Corpse or Pungent Stench, lest people enraptured with watching men brutally cripple each other might have their virgin eyes and dainty ears offended. Heavy Frequency, the Kansas City online metal magazine, has corrected this oversight. Instead of watching some noninformative interview with Tom Brady's fifth-grade teacher or an ill-advised Fox promo (Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie learn that life as locker-room reporters is not so simple!), riff lovers can spend the afternoon at the Heavy Frequency Awards watching the city's best shredders accept awards and enjoy short sets from nominees Truth Cell, One Degree Difference and Eyes of the Betrayer. After that, viewers should be pumped up enough to tackle even a lame, low-scoring game with aggressive enthusiasm.