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Metallica, IDLES, Jimmy Page, Skunk Anansie were amongst the winners at this year’s Kerrang! Awards

On Wednesday June 19, the best and brightest names in all of rock music gathered in London for the 2019 Kerrang! Awards.

The big winners of the night were Metallica, winning Best International Live Act (in association with Rizla) and Best International Act (in association with Vans), while Ghost won Best Album for Prequelle and Skunk Anansie won the Kerrang! Hall Of Fame award.

Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page took home the final gong of the night, the Kerrang! Icon award, giving a passionate speech about guitar music and the power of rock’n’roll.

Below you can watch every speech of the night in our Kerrang! Awards roundup video, featuring appearances from Kelly Osbourne, Matt Berry, Roger Taylor and Scott Gorham.

The 2019 Kerrang! Award winners

Best British Breakthrough Act: IDLES
Best International Breakthrough Act: SWMRS
Best Song: FEVER 333 – Burn It
Best Album: Ghost – Prequelle
Best British Live Act: Architects
Best International Live Act (in association with Rizla): Metallica
Best British Act: Bring Me The Horizon
The Kerrang! Hall Of Fame (in association with Marshall): Skunk Anansie
The Kerrang! Inspiration Award: Motörhead
Best International Act (in association with Vans): Metallica
The Kerrang! Icon Award: Jimmy Page

See you again next year!

Posted on June 21st 2019, 6:00pm
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