IN FLAMES, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE and SONIC SYNDICATE are among the artists who were honored at last night's (Friday, January 29) Bandit Rock Awards at Tyrol 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: SONIC SYNDICATE
* Best International Group: MUSE
* Best Swedish Album: DEAD BY APRIL - "Dead By April"
* Best International Album: KILLSWITCH ENGAGE - "Killswitch Engage"
* Best Swedish Live Act: IN FLAMES
* Best International Live Act: MUSE
* Swedish Breakthrough: CORRODED
* International Breakthrough: AIRBOURNE
* Most Played group: MUSTASCH

MUSTASCH, SONIC SYNDICATE, RAISED FIST, DARK TRANQUILLITY and BIFFY CLYRO are among the artists that performed short sets at the event, which was broadcast live on the radio.


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