Cast Your Votes In The Kerrang! Readers’ Poll 2020
Well… 2020 has been quite the ride, hasn’t it? Somehow feeling like both nothing and absolutely everything were happening all at once. But if we can ignore the COVID-shaped elephant in the room for just a moment, the past year has still managed to deliver some outstanding music.
We’ve had new records from huge names like Deftones, Biffy Clyro, Ozzy Osbourne, Lamb Of God and Pearl Jam, alongside absolute barnstormers from Code Orange, Svalbard, Creeper and Loathe. Not only that, but AC/DC made a welcome return and rapper Machine Gun Kelly turned his inky hands to pop-punk – with stellar results.
But what have you been listening to? What new music have you been plugged into for the past 12 months? We want to know all this, and more, for the annual epic Kerrang! Readers’ Poll. To get involved, simply fill in the form below, and we’ll announce the winners of all 15 categories on December 30.
If you can’t see the form below, please click here to take part in the poll.
Here are last year’s winners:
Kerrang! Readers’ Poll results 2019
- Album Of The Year: Bring Me The Horizon – amo
- Live Band Of The Year: Slipknot
- New Band Of The Year: Simple Creatures
- EP Of The Year: PVRIS – Hallucinations
- Song Of The Year: Slipknot – Unsainted
- Solo Artist Of The Year: Andy Black
- Band Of The Year: Slipknot
- Video Of The Year: Rammstein – Deutschland
- Clothing Brand Of The Year: Drop Dead
- Kerrang! Cover Of The Year: BABYMETAL (K! issue 1794)
- Best Thing About 2019: My Chemical Romance reunion
- Worst Thing About 2019: Donald Trump
- Radio Show Of The Year: Radio 1 Rock Show with Daniel P. Carter
- Festival Of The Year: Download
- Film Of The Year: Avengers: Endgame
- TV Show Of The Year: The Umbrella Academy
- Video Game Of The Year: Death Stranding
- Hero Of The Year: Greta Thunberg
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