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Bring Me The Horizon And Fall Out Boy Up For Kerrang! Awards

by on May 13, 2013

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Bring Me The Horizon, Pierce The Veil and Fall Out Boy dominate the shortlist for this year’s Relentless Kerrang! Awards with four nominations each, while Black Veil Brides scoop three group nods.

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Pop-punk foursome Fall Out Boy, who reformed recently, are up against themselves in the best single category. Their comeback gig in Camden is shortlisted for best event.

Best British Band is between Young Guns, Asking Alexandria, Bring Me The Horizon, You Me At Six and Enter Shikari.

And Heaven’s Basement, Mallory Knox, Fearless Vampire Killers, Marmozets and Lower Than Atlantis are the bands in the running for best British newcomer.

The weekly rock and metal magazine’s annual awards, which marks its 20th anniversary this year, is voted for by the readers.

Kerrang! Editor James McMahon said: “I can say for a fact that all other awards ceremonies are crap compared to ours. I know this because I’ve been to loads of them, and ours is the only one where I’ve ever ended up on a rooftop talking to Jack Black about what pigeon tastes like at 3am.

“The secret is that we only do this for the fans. Yeah, I know that makes me sound like Bob Geldof or something. But it’s true.”

Other awards include best TV show, best film, best video game, best festival and tweeter of the year.

The ceremony, hosted by Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus and Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian, takes place in its new home, London’s Troxy, on 13 June 2013.

Vote here.

Full shortlist as follows:

Mallory Knox
Fearless Vampire Killers
Lower Than Atlantis
Heaven’s Basement

Sleeping With Sirens
Set It Off
Pierce The Veil
Of Mice & Men
Tonight Alive

BEST SINGLE presented by Kerrang! Radio
Fall Out Boy ‘ The Phoenix
Fall Out Boy ‘ My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)
Paramore ‘ Now
Bring Me The Horizon ‘ Shadow Moses
Pierce The Veil ‘ King For A Day (feat. Kellin Quinn)

Biffy Clyro ‘ Opposites
All Time Low ‘ Don’t Panic
Bring Me The Horizon ‘ Sempiternal
Don Broco ‘ Priorities
Black Veil Brides ‘ Wretched And Divine: The Story Of The Wild Ones

BEST LIVE BAND presented by Relentless Energy Drink
Black Veil Brides
Of Mice & Men
Enter Shikari
Bullet For My Valentine
The Blackout

BEST VIDEO presented by Kerrang! TV
Paramore ‘ Now
Pierce The Veil ‘ King For A Day (feat. Kellin Quinn)
Bring Me The Horizon ‘ Shadow Moses
30 Seconds To Mars ‘ Up In The Air
Cancer Bats ‘ Bricks & Mortar

BEST INTERNATIONAL BAND presented by Impericon
Green Day
Black Veil Brides
All Time Low
Fall Out Boy
Pierce The Veil

Young Guns
Asking Alexandria
Bring Me The Horizon
You Me At Six
Enter Shikari

The Walking Dead
The Big Bang Theory
Doctor Who
Game Of Thrones

BioShock Infinite
Far Cry 3
Tomb Raider
Halo 4

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Django Unchained
The Dark Knight Rises
Avengers Assemble

Russell Howard
Frankie Boyle
Stewart Lee
Louis CK
Chris Ramsey

Jack Barakat, All Time Low
Jono Yates, Blitz Kids
Laurence Beveridge, Fearless Vampire Killers
Mark Hoppus, blink-182
Gerard Way

Hayley Williams, Paramore
Jack Barakat, All Time Low
Lzzy Hale, Halestorm
Tay Jardine, We Are The In Crowd
Jenna McDougall, Tonight Alive

Andy Biersack, Black Veil Brides
Ben Bruce, Asking Alexandria
Gerard Way
Kellin Quinn, Sleeping With Sirens
Jack Barakat, All Time Low

Vans Warped Tour UK
Slam Dunk Festival
Reading and Leeds
Hit The Deck

You Me At Six: The Final Night Of Sin
The Kerrang! Tour 2013
Green Day’s ‘secret’ show at Reading
Dave Grohl’s Sound City Players at London Kentish Town Forum
Fall Out Boy at London Camden Underworld

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