All Time Low win two prizes at this year's Kerrang! rock awards

All Time Low
Image caption All Time Low released their sixth studio album Future Hearts in April

American band All Time Low took home two gongs at this year's Kerrang! rock awards.

They were named best international band, beating AC/DC to the prize, and their tour with You Me At Six was named best event.

Marilyn Manson has been honoured with the lifetime achievement prize at this year's Kerrang! Awards.

He released his ninth studio album earlier this year, The Pale Emperor, and is playing at Download Festival.

Manson's had two number one albums in America, 1998's Mechanical Animals and The Golden Age of Grotesque from 2003.

Marilyn Manson

Other winners on the night included Judas Priest, who were handed the inspiration award for a career dating back to the 1980s, and Alice Cooper who got the Kerrang! Legend Award as well as best radio show for Nights With Alice Cooper on digital station Planet Rock.

Royal Blood, who beat One Direction to be named best British group at the Brits, won again picking up the best British newcomer award.

Judas Priest
Image caption Judas Priest are playing at Download Festival on Friday before Slipknot

Kerrang! editor James McMahon said: "What a night. You know why Kerrang! continues to grow well into our 30th year? Because we are the anti-boring. The anti-conservative. The anti-bland.

"At what other music awards ceremony would you find Marilyn Manson being attacked by a zombie or Alice Cooper being taught card tricks by Dynamo?

Alice Cooper

"Tonight was the pages of Kerrang! made flesh. A celebration of amazing music, lust for life, noise, community and fun. Does anyone have any aspirin?"

Enter Shikari's protest song The Anaesthetist was named best single, while the best album award went to Marmozets for The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets.

The Darkness
Image caption The Darkness have been announced as Download Festival's secret act
Image caption Newport's Skindred had their photo taken on the red carpet

The winners at The Kerrang! Awards at the Troxy in east London were:

Best event - All Time Low

Best British newcomer - Royal Blood

Best international newcomer - PVRIS

Image caption The best international newcomer award went to Massachusetts rockers PVRIS

Spirit of independence - Babymetal

Best single - Enter Shikari with Anaesthetist

Inspiration - Judas Priest

Best album - Marmozets with The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets

New Years Day
Image caption California band New Years Day won best video with Angel Eyes

Kerrang! Legend - Alice Cooper

Lifetime achievement - Marilyn Manson

Spirit of punk - Slaves

Best fan base - Pierce The Veil

Rolo Tomassi
Image caption Sheffield's Rolo Tomassi won the Relentless award

Best live band - Black Veil Brides

Best international band - All Time Low

Best British band - Bring Me The Horizon

Best film - Guardians Of The Galaxy

Best TV show - Adventure Time

Best radio show - Nights With Alice Cooper on Planet Rock

Best video game - The Walking Dead

Best comic book - The Walking Dead

Best festival - Slam Dunk

Best comedian - Russell Howard

Tweeter of the year - Hayley Williams

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