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Kerrang! Awards 2010

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Sponsored by  Kerrang!
Country  England
Date  29 July 2010
Hosts  Scott Ian, Corey Taylor
Location  The Brewery, London
Hosted by  Scott Ian Corey Taylor
Other ceremonies  2009, 2011

Lostprophets receive classic songwriter award kerrang awards 2010


The Kerrang! Awards 2010 were held in London, England, on 29 July 2010, at The Brewery in Romford and were hosted by Slipknot singer Corey Taylor and Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian.

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On 23 June 2010, Kerrang! announced the 2010 nominees. The main categories were dominated by Thirty Seconds to Mars and Paramore with four nominations, followed by You Me at Six and Bullet for My Valentine with three apiece. Bullet for My Valentine was the biggest winner of the night, taking home two awards.

Nominations

Winners are in bold text.

Best British Newcomer

  • Deaf Havana
  • General Fiasco
  • Out of Sight
  • Rise to Remain
  • Throats
  • Best International Newcomer

  • Dommin
  • Framing Hanley
  • Halestorm
  • The Swellers
  • Trash Talk
  • Best British Band

  • Bullet for My Valentine
  • Enter Shikari
  • The King Blues
  • Lostprophets
  • You Me at Six
  • Best International Band

  • Thirty Seconds to Mars
  • Avenged Sevenfold
  • Green Day
  • Metallica
  • Paramore
  • Best Live Band

  • Thirty Seconds to Mars
  • Bullet for My Valentine
  • Green Day
  • Paramore
  • Skindred
  • Best Album

  • Thirty Seconds to Mars — This Is War
  • Biffy Clyro — Only Revolutions
  • Bullet for My Valentine — Fever
  • Paramore — Brand New Eyes
  • You Me at Six — Hold Me Down
  • Best Single

  • Avenged Sevenfold — "Nightmare"
  • The Blackout — "Save Ourselves (The Warning)"
  • Four Year Strong — "Wasting Time (Eternal Summer)"
  • Slipknot — "Snuff"
  • You Me at Six — "Liquid Confidence"
  • Best Video

  • Thirty Seconds to Mars — "Kings and Queens"
  • Biffy Clyro — "The Captain"
  • Cancer Bats — "Sabotage"
  • Lostprophets — "It's Not the End of the World, But I Can See It from Here"
  • Paramore — "Brick by Boring Brick"
  • Classic Songwriter

  • Lostprophets
  • No Half Measures

  • Frank Turner
  • Kerrang! Inspiration

  • Rammstein
  • Kerrang! Services to Metal

  • Paul Gray
  • Kerrang! Icon

  • Ronnie James Dio
  • Kerrang! Hall of Fame

  • Mötley Crüe
  • References

    Kerrang! Awards 2010 Wikipedia


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