• Ice T and Body Count are having absolutely none of your shit at the APMAs. Stand still, get shot. Stop playin’.

  • APMAs host Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 welcomes you to the APMAs and dedicates the show to the memory of Tommy Ramone.

    "The award show might have AP’s name on it, but really it belongs to all of us. But mostly, it belongs to me."

  • For the second song of their APMAs set, Sleeping With Sirens bring out guest Machine Gun Kelly to perform “Alone,” which was one of our nominees for Song Of The Year.

  • In his APMAs acceptance speech for Album Of The Year, Bring Me The Horizon vocalist Oli Sykes gives a sincere thanks to fans who helped him through drug addiction. Intro from We Came As Romans.

  • AP Icon Award recipient Joan Jett And The Blackhearts, introduced by Sydney Sierota of Echosmith, perform “Bad Reputation,” “Cherry Bomb,” “Soulmates To Strangers” & “Star Star” at the APMAs with special guests Billy Crooked of The Vacancies, Laura Jane Grace of Against Me!, and Guitar Legend award recipient Slash.

  • Devin and Andy Oliver from I See Stars present the APMA Skully award for Best Bassist to Jaime Preciado of Pierce The Veil.

  • Asking Alexandria close out their APMAs performance with “Killing You” from their latest Sumerian Records release, From Death To Destiny.

  • Asking Alexandria perform Duran Duran’s “Hungry Like The Wolf” with Jonathan Davis from Korn at the APMAs. Suicide Silence introduce.

  • Fall Out Boy, welcomed to the stage by Saves The Day, put on their war paint for the explosive final APMAs performance of the night following their winning the Artist Of The Year award.

  • Crown The Empire awarded Breakthrough Band at the APMAs.
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