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Iron Maiden performed at Rod Laver Arena on Monday 9 May 2016. Iron Maiden are touring Australia as part of the Book Of Souls World Tour.

Iron Maiden Deftones Alice Cooper Honored At Kerrang

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

The classic British music magazine, Kerrang!, held their 23rd annual music awards on Thursday night at The Troxy in London.

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Kerrang Awards 2013

Queen Honoured For Service To Rock At Kerrang! Awards

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

Britain’s Kerrang! magazine held their 20th annual awards on Thursday night at London’s Troxy Club, saluting both veteran artists and newer acts.

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Tonight Alive

Aussie Pop-Punks Tonight Alive Score Two Kerrang! Award Noms

by Andrew Tijs

Sydney pop-punk upstarts, Tonight Alive, have been nominated for two Kerrang! Awards just before their national tour.

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