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Biffy Clyro Wins Big as Kerrang

Scottish rock band Neck Deep, Loathe, Venom Prison, and Franker Carter and the Rattlesnakes defeated Franker Carter and the Rattlesnakes in the hot-contest category at a ceremony held at Shoreditch Town Hall on Thursday.

Formed in Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire

Formed in Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, the group is made up of Simon Neill, James Johnston, and Ben Johnston. And together they have released nine studio albums. The latest of which, The Myth of the Happily Ever After, released in October last year.

70 million record career

Punk rock royalty Green Day was honor with Icon Award Which recognized a career spanning 13 albums and 70 million records sold globally.

American rock band Falls Out Boy in the Industry

While the American rock band Falls Out Boy presented with the Inspiration Award and seven studio albums for more than 20 years in the industry. Which made it his sixth Kerrang! total Rewards. Twenty-one pilots were present with the best live act. While Poppy defeated Eurovision 2021 winners Meneskin took home the best international act.

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won the award for Best Album and the Nova Twins released their album

Bring Me the Horizon beat Rammstein and Fever 333 to take home the best song gong for their track Die4U. Meanwhile, Bob Dylan beat American stars Halsey and Every Time I Die to win Best Album, and the Nova Twins achieved best British success following the release of their album Supernova. The ceremony also featured the American band Weezer in the Kerrang! The Hall of Fame is celebrating the band’s 30-year career.

Editor Luke Morton said

Kerrang! Editor Luke Morton said: “The alternative music scene is more exciting than ever in 2022. And this year the Kerrang! Awards underline our commitment to supporting new music and championing the underdog.

Also recognizes the veterans who won the stadium

“I am very proud to introduce three new categories that strike the heart of the underground and alternative community. As well as recognize the stadium-winning legends who have led the way and created heights. Most yet to be Inspirational scene.

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