Avenged Sevenfold are nominated for Best Rock Song for “The Stage” at the 60th annual Grammy Awards, and the band have shared that they will not be attending the award show based on how they handle the rock and metal categories.

“Unfortunately they have taken 'Best Rock Song' off the telecast this year so we won't be attending,” they wrote. “Maybe next time.”

Read more: Avenged Sevenfold prefer a rock nomination to metal at the Grammys

This isn't the first time frontman M. Shadows has talked about the way the Grammys have “messed up” by not televising the metal and rock categories.

“I've said the Grammys messed up metal because it's not on TV,” Shadows told Billboard earlier this year

“What I'm saying is when you're in a metal category it's not televised and it doesn't move the needle forward for metal artists, and I wish they had more respect for the genre. So we're actually really excited to be in the rock category.”

The band say they're “honored” for their nomination, and “regardless of the outcome, we want to thank each and every fan for their continued support.”

Metallica, K.Flay, Nothing More, Foo Fighters and Avenged Sevenfold are all nominated for Best Rock Song at the 2018 Grammy Awards.

Plus, Code Orange, August Burns Red, Body Count, Mastodon and Meshuggah are nominated for Best Metal Performance.

The Grammy Awards air this Sunday, Jan. 28.