ARCH ENEMY Frontwoman GOSSOW: KERRANG! AWARDS Article Posted Online

ARCH ENEMY frontwoman Angela Gossow has uploaded scans of Kerrang! magazine's feature on the Kerrang! Awards, which took place on August 24, 2006 in London. Gossow previously stated about her participation in the event: "I was invited to the Kerrang! Awards. It's all industry and business, not much of a metal party with bands like PLACEBO and MUSE. I had to do a couple of Jagermeister shots with Kerry King [SLAYER] to get over this blasphemy. But oh well. Me and Cristina [Scabbia, LACUNA COIL] were there to give the 'Hall Of Fame' award to SLAYER — the only band who truly deserved their award! 'Reign in Blood' (and chop those suit-and-tie-wearing corporates into pieces please)."

Check out pictures from the Kerrang! Awards (courtesy of Getty Images):


As previously reported, Gossow will take part in an online chat on Saturday (October 7) at 3:00 p.m. EST/12:00 p.m. PST at the Gigantour Chat Room (free registration required).


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