You Me At Six and Gerard Way led the winner's at this year's Kerrang! Awards after bagging two trophies each.
You Me At Six and Gerard Way were the top winners at the Relentless Kerrang! Awards 2014 tonight (12.06.14).
The British rock band walked away with two prizes for Best British Band and Best Single for 'Fresh Start Fever', while the former My Chemical Romance frontman, 37, bagged the Kerrang! Hero Award, as well as being named Tweeter Of The Year for the second year running.
Fall Out Boy led the way for the US after they picked up the Best Event prize for their 'Save Rock And Roll Tour', as well as winning the gong for the Best International Band.
Meanwhile, Australian boy band 5 Seconds Of Summer - consisting of Luke Hemmings, Michael Clifford, Calum Hood and Ashton Irwin - scooped the Best International Newcomer Award following a successful year of touring.
They said at the event: ''Winning Best International Newcomer is a real honour for us, all of our idols are in this magazine - thank you to everyone at Kerrang!. We can't be more grateful for this, it means a lot to us.''
This year's Kerrang! Icon Award went to the Ramones and punk legend Marky Ramone, 57, took to the stage to collect the trophy on behalf of the band.
Presenters at the event, which was held at at London's Troxy, included The Midnight Beast, Young Guns, Skindred, Rolo Tomassi and Mallory Knox.
The full list of winners are as follows:
'Save Rock And Roll Tour' - Fall Out Boy
Best British Newcomer
Best International Newcomer
5 Seconds of Summer
The Dillinger Escape Plan
Kerrang! Icon Award
'Fresh Start Fever' - You Me At Six
Deaf Havana - 'Boston Square'
Best Live Band
Bring Me The Horizon
The Relentless Award
Kerrang! Service To Rock
Architects - 'Lost Forever // Lost Together'
Best International Band
Fall Out Boy
Best British Band
You Me At Six
Kerrang! Hall Of Fame
Best TV Show
'Game Of Thrones'
Best Video Game
'The Last Of Us'
'The Lego Movie'
Tweeter Of The Year
Taylor Momsen - The Pretty Reckless
Andy Biersack - Black Veil Brides
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