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1Musicsacudidas de cabezaheadbanging masculine
- He'd let his black hair down and it was messy from some heavy headbanging and him running his fingers through the shoulder-length locks.
- Corpsegrinder, the current lead singer, does some of the toughest headbanging I've ever witnessed in person.
- Considering S&M's short opening set, their infusion of headbanging added a much-needed element of danger.
- Finally, a band that doesn't just perform a bunch of disappointing covers or engage in excessive headbanging while pretending they know something about music.
- Melissa and I were kicked out for headbanging and making Devil horns with our hands.
- While the latter element veers dangerously close to rap-metal territory and there is a decided lack of double-time blasts for maximum headbanging, you'll spend most of this album being too shocked at how well it all works to really care.
- Yep, aggressive lyrics and guitar riffs, all backed by the trademark thumping drums, with only moments of calm to provide a respite from the headbanging.
- Instead, it lurches around like the soundtrack to a bullet-riddled zombie movie set in a New Orleans graveyard, with heavy, sleazy blues-touched aggressive headbanging alternating with more atmospheric moments.
- The trick is that they bounce and groove through a variety of styles without ever coming off as forced or cheesy - joining the headbanging with the heartbroken and the laidback.
- Scream-driven vocal wrath, coupled with the perfectly timed headbanging of their collectively copious amounts of hair, made for a great let's have-a-party-with-our-mates mentalism.
- Loud music and headbanging are on the menu tomorrow night as a tsunami fundraising concert is set to rock revellers.
- One that understands that rock 'n' roll is as much about songwriting, as it is about headbanging.
- Vanessa deftly guided the performance of her music from behind a piano, demonstrating some superb musical director headbanging during upbeat moments.
- So there's a lot of headbanging in the dressing room.
- I'm the slightly more wussy guy who is one step away from dislocating his neck due to headbanging, and Adam's the big kickboxing man into happy hardcore dance
- Sadly, there'll be no headbanging along in a car to this one, as its a little too off the wall for its own good - and a rather messy way of bringing the album to a close.
- I have yet to see them live, but each time one of their songs comes on my ipod, I stop my headbanging for a minute and wonder ‘who is this again?’
- After all, just when you're getting your squeeze on, it breaks out into this heavy beat and you're left sort of half slow-dancing, half headbanging - awkward!
- Instead, it's old-fashioned dexterous bombast, headbanging with caution and poise enough to harness wild arpeggios, but never letting a pedigree get in the way of impassioned squawking and battering.
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