IRON MAIDEN, AVENGED SEVENFOLD, IN FLAMES, SABATON Honored At BANDIT ROCK AWARDS
IN FLAMES, IRON MAIDEN, AVENGED SEVENFOLD and SABATON are among the artists who were honored at this past Saturday night's (April 2) Bandit Rock Awards at Münchenbryggeriet in Stockholm, Sweden. The awards ceremony was organized and hosted by the Stockholm-based radio station Bandit Rock 106.3.
The complete list of winners:
* Best Swedish Group: HARDCORE SUPERSTAR
* Best International Group: AVENGED SEVENFOLD
* Best Swedish Album: SABATON - "Coat Of Arms"
* Best International Album: VOLBEAT - "Beyond Hell/Above Heaven"
* Best Swedish Live Act: IN FLAMES
* Best International Live Act: IRON MAIDEN
* Swedish Breakthrough: SHERLOCK BROTHERS
* International Breakthrough: SICK PUPPIES
* Most Played Group: ROYAL REPUBLIC
* Festival: Getaway Rock Festival
DANKO JONES, PAIN and BULLET are among the artists that performed short sets at the event, which was broadcast live on the radio.
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