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head-banger

Slang
a heavy-metal rock fan
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12 milliseconds between the time a headbanging signal buzzed the first front leg and the time it reached the rearmost one on the opposite side, a distance of about 16 millimeters.
German doctors say they have treated a Motorhead fan whose headbanging habit ultimately led to a brain injury, but that the risk to metal fans in general is so small they don't need to give up the shaking.
A As I walked out from the main stage one year, Status Quo were on and I passed six policemen headbanging.
Sporting a midriff-exposing studded leather outfit, Cyrus managed to out Idol during the song, stealing the show with her crowd-surfing and headbanging.
These are all aspects of Led Bib's headbanging experimentalism with the emphasis on the mental part.
Eye-watering speed are combined with throat-tearing vocals inter-spliced with headbanging guitar breaks - and the odd surprise along the way.
Their first fortune was made from Thunderbird, a headbanging blend that people gurgled by the gallon.
But a girl in the front row got so carried away by the headbanging that this song by the Brit band, The Prodigy, demanded, that she hurt herself badly and had to be rushed to the hospital.
You can't really sit down and listen to Quo and, as expected, from the first strains of the timeless classic Caroline, the audience were up on their feet, singing, clapping and some even headbanging.
Capsule, who organise the annual Supersonic festival, curate the ongoing Home of Metal project which celebrates the role of the wider region in originating the music of headbanging.
And the Strictly Come Dancing star may have swanned around the dancefloor to lilting music but he's also a full-on, headbanging house music fan.
Watching a girl headbanging to loud music isn't typically considered erotic, but in my films it becomes an erotic meditation.