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(ABC 27)   Heavy metal fans need to be careful when headbanging, it could cause your brain to bleed like with this Motorhead fan   (abc27.com) divider line 65
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2014-07-04 01:22:06 AM
oi59.tinypic.com
 
2014-07-04 08:27:42 AM
Brain bleeds are SO metal
 
2014-07-04 09:36:33 AM
img.4plebs.org
 
2014-07-04 09:37:37 AM
A little late.
 
2014-07-04 09:38:38 AM
Heavy metal fans are so yesterday, I like those new bladeless fans that cost $300.
 
2014-07-04 09:40:08 AM
Don't know about my brain, Motorhead does make my ears bleed though.

/they're awful
 
2014-07-04 09:40:19 AM
I thought brain damage was a requirement for liking Motorhead.


Lemmy!
 
2014-07-04 09:40:49 AM
50 years old, and he had a cyst.  Otherwise, not a problem.
 
2014-07-04 09:44:21 AM
The only action figure I want Santa to put in my stocking:

www.actionfigurearchive.co.uk
 
2014-07-04 09:45:23 AM
Hematomas are a mystereeeeeeee....
 
2014-07-04 09:45:55 AM
Loves ProgMetal, doesn't understand headbanging.  I'm not sure what the appeal is of feeling your brain gloop slosh around.

/gentle nods are sufficient for me, especially in odd time signatures
 
2014-07-04 09:47:02 AM
I think I saw that movie. Aliens 3, right?
 
2014-07-04 09:47:43 AM
What would be the harm?
 
2014-07-04 09:47:59 AM

KoolerThanJesus: I thought brain damage was a requirement for liking Motorhead.


Lemmy!


Brain damage or synesthesia coupled with masochism.
 
2014-07-04 09:49:28 AM
If you headbang to the point of injury just keep going.
 
2014-07-04 09:51:01 AM
Turbulence 3: Heavy Metal.
 
2014-07-04 09:51:50 AM
"We are not against headbanging," said Dr. Ariyan Pirayesh Islamian, one of the doctors who treated the man.

upload.wikimedia.org
Much funnier if you read it using Dr. Nick's voice.
 
2014-07-04 09:52:42 AM
scontent-a-atl.xx.fbcdn.net
 
2014-07-04 09:54:26 AM
After a good headbanging session my neck hurts more than my head....

I've seen Motorhead two or three times as an opener for somebody else.  I'm not sure since they always sound the same to me and I always wished they'd stop after a few songs since they sound so damn tinny.  Lemmy takes all the low end off his bass.  At one show after they finished I was in line for the pisser and there was a dad and his 10 year old son in front of me:

"Dad?"
"Yes son?"
"I can't hear anything.  My ears don't work anymore."
 
2014-07-04 09:56:42 AM

RodneyToady: [oi59.tinypic.com image 318x237]


That was the first thing I thought when I read the article.
 
2014-07-04 09:57:29 AM
But I was assured that I should bang my head because metal health will drive me mad!  Was I misinformed?
 
2014-07-04 09:58:15 AM
Dr. Ariyan Pirayesh Islamian

That is one helluva name.
 
2014-07-04 10:00:51 AM

THX 1138: The only action figure I want Santa to put in my stocking:

[www.actionfigurearchive.co.uk image 479x600]


Does it come with real Lemmy Smell Oil?
 
2014-07-04 10:00:58 AM

heavymetal: [scontent-a-atl.xx.fbcdn.net image 520x378]


fark yeah, bro.
 
2014-07-04 10:01:01 AM
I always preferred the pit over headbanging. More primal and dangerous. Besides, a little pain never hurt anyone.
 
2014-07-04 10:01:58 AM

Solty Dog: I always preferred the pit over headbanging. More primal and dangerous. Besides, a little pain never hurt anyone.


fark yeah, bro.
 
2014-07-04 10:03:28 AM
What the WTF. Headbanging has a much higher likelihood of farking up your neck, though. Just ask Dave Mustaine.

I headbanged real hard - once - at a high school dance when I was a freshman. It hurt pretty bad for a week afterward. Luckily, I was still young enough I could heal from anything. I've taken it easy with the headbanging ever since.

/Also prefers the pit.
//40 though, so I might have to start taking it easy soon.
 
2014-07-04 10:07:24 AM

Fupac: Dr. Ariyan Pirayesh Islamian

That is one helluva name.


The world's only Armenian Muslim perhaps?

/whore-mouths, shut them for talking shiat on Motorhead.
//stop not-liking what I like
 
2014-07-04 10:11:59 AM

Fuggin Bizzy: What the WTF. Headbanging has a much higher likelihood of farking up your neck, though. Just ask Dave Mustaine.

I headbanged real hard - once - at a high school dance when I was a freshman. It hurt pretty bad for a week afterward. Luckily, I was still young enough I could heal from anything. I've taken it easy with the headbanging ever since.

/Also prefers the pit.
//40 though, so I might have to start taking it easy soon.


Have you heard Mustaine talk lately? That cannot be a good promotion of headbanging's long term  effects on brain health.
 
2014-07-04 10:12:02 AM

doglover: Does it come with real Lemmy Smell Oil?


Ah.  the aroma of STDs.
 
2014-07-04 10:24:58 AM
WHAR UMLAUTS SUBBY WHAR
 
2014-07-04 10:27:42 AM

The Googles Do Nothing: After a good headbanging session my neck hurts more than my head....

I've seen Motorhead two or three times as an opener for somebody else.  I'm not sure since they always sound the same to me and I always wished they'd stop after a few songs since they sound so damn tinny.  Lemmy takes all the low end off his bass.  At one show after they finished I was in line for the pisser and there was a dad and his 10 year old son in front of me:

"Dad?"
"Yes son?"
"I can't hear anything.  My ears don't work anymore."


rockisdead.gr

 
2014-07-04 10:30:01 AM

abhorrent1: Don't know about my brain, Motorhead does make my ears bleed though.

/they're awful


Awful? Clearly you've not heard this gem.
 
2014-07-04 10:30:59 AM
But I just love the life I lead
Another beer is what I need
Another gig, my brain bleeds...
 
2014-07-04 10:47:53 AM
God I hate lemmy.

I had to deal with his drunk ass at a concert one time in Austin, arrogant as hell. Gave 0 farks about TABC restrictions and made my job miserable. Now I cant listen to Ace of Spades without murming about what an asshole he is.
 
2014-07-04 10:57:24 AM
Sigh, kids today. BMH.
 
2014-07-04 10:59:18 AM
Darwin was robbed.
 
2014-07-04 11:03:14 AM

Parallax: Sigh, kids today. BMH.


"Young men, nicknamed "ickies", would hang out around the edge of the stage and gyrating, bouncing, and wagging their heads with the music....the forerunners of "headbangers", if you will. Goodman especially hated these guys."

That's Benny Goodman they're talking about.  In 1938.
 
2014-07-04 11:05:25 AM

Slaxl: abhorrent1: Don't know about my brain, Motorhead does make my ears bleed though.

/they're awful

Awful? Clearly you've not heard this gem.


Oh gawd. That's right up there with "Beth" on the turrible scale.

/Kiss and Motorhead
//two of the worst bands ever
///yes, even worse than nickleback
 
2014-07-04 11:29:04 AM

heavymetal: [scontent-a-atl.xx.fbcdn.net image 520x378]


I can tell
 
2014-07-04 11:54:04 AM

The Googles Do Nothing: After a good headbanging session my neck hurts more than my head....

I've seen Motorhead two or three times as an opener for somebody else.  I'm not sure since they always sound the same to me and I always wished they'd stop after a few songs since they sound so damn tinny.  Lemmy takes all the low end off his bass.  At one show after they finished I was in line for the pisser and there was a dad and his 10 year old son in front of me:

"Dad?"
"Yes son?"
"I can't hear anything.  My ears don't work anymore."


That's negligent parenting, verging on (unintended) abuse. That kind of hearing damage to a growing person can have lifetime effects. I knew a guy in his thirties who got permanent tinnitus after standing in front of a speaker array at a Gwar concert. Kids shouldn't be rock concerts without earplugs, frankly.
 
2014-07-04 12:34:12 PM

reveal101: That's negligent parenting, verging on (unintended) abuse. That kind of hearing damage to a growing person can have lifetime effects. I knew a guy in his thirties who got permanent tinnitus after standing in front of a speaker array at a Gwar concert. Kids shouldn't be rock concerts without earplugs, frankly.


Not to mention all the drinking and "funny smelling smoke" that is a mainstay at those kind of shows. What's even funnier is the dirty looks that they give people who are passing a joint around, as if their evil stare is going to stop them. What the hell do you expect at an Ozzy concert? But your little precious just HAD to go because that one song is like his favoriteist ever.

Here's a tip to you parents out there with young children who are ignorant to how concerts work: it is mob rules. The security staff are there to stop people from getting hurt, not to snatch joints out of people's hands. Unless the band is a bunch of geriatrics, and the crowd is mostly 45+ going to see a blast from the past, there's going to be pot smoking. Indoors, outdoors, smoking or non.

Bottom line: Don't take your kids to rock/metal concerts unless they are old enough to understand or you are a good enough parent that you can tell your child "You'll understand when you get older, now let's enjoy the show! You want some popcorn or something?!" and they forget all about. You making a big deal about it is only going to make the child more curious. And yes; ear plugs. Tinnitus SUCKS, let me tell you.

/ Many years ago I was at a Slayer show with my girlfriend and we lit up a joint. After a minute or so the young couple in front of us started turning around and giving us dirty looks. They were probably 18 or so, a few years younger than us. Dressed in like... bar clothes, I guess. All I could think was, "What the hell are you two doing here?"
 
2014-07-04 12:35:42 PM
Bang the head that doesn't bang.
 
2014-07-04 12:45:34 PM
As much as I occasionally enjoy Motorhead, I've never really had the urge to headbang to them. It's great head bobbing old school dive/biker bar music, but it just never seemed fast or hard enough to go full on headbanging to.
 
2014-07-04 12:46:35 PM

coldiem: reveal101: That's negligent parenting, verging on (unintended) abuse. That kind of hearing damage to a growing person can have lifetime effects. I knew a guy in his thirties who got permanent tinnitus after standing in front of a speaker array at a Gwar concert. Kids shouldn't be rock concerts without earplugs, frankly.

Not to mention all the drinking and "funny smelling smoke" that is a mainstay at those kind of shows. What's even funnier is the dirty looks that they give people who are passing a joint around, as if their evil stare is going to stop them. What the hell do you expect at an Ozzy concert? But your little precious just HAD to go because that one song is like his favoriteist ever.

Here's a tip to you parents out there with young children who are ignorant to how concerts work: it is mob rules. The security staff are there to stop people from getting hurt, not to snatch joints out of people's hands. Unless the band is a bunch of geriatrics, and the crowd is mostly 45+ going to see a blast from the past, there's going to be pot smoking. Indoors, outdoors, smoking or non.

Bottom line: Don't take your kids to rock/metal concerts unless they are old enough to understand or you are a good enough parent that you can tell your child "You'll understand when you get older, now let's enjoy the show! You want some popcorn or something?!" and they forget all about. You making a big deal about it is only going to make the child more curious. And yes; ear plugs. Tinnitus SUCKS, let me tell you.

/ Many years ago I was at a Slayer show with my girlfriend and we lit up a joint. After a minute or so the young couple in front of us started turning around and giving us dirty looks. They were probably 18 or so, a few years younger than us. Dressed in like... bar clothes, I guess. All I could think was, "What the hell are you two doing here?"


Slayer is a cocaine band who the f blazes a doob at Slayer
 
2014-07-04 01:01:33 PM
Lemmy or God?
 
2014-07-04 01:15:50 PM
Or it could give you really abnormal neck muscles

www.blogcdn.com

/One of the few things that Jack Black wasn't horribly annoying in.
//awesome game, despite the lack of Spinal Tap
 
2014-07-04 01:53:38 PM

coldiem: Slayer


oi57.tinypic.com
 
2014-07-04 02:17:03 PM
Headbanging? He's lucky he wasn't killed by death.
 
2014-07-04 02:40:48 PM

coldiem: reveal101: That's negligent parenting, verging on (unintended) abuse. That kind of hearing damage to a growing person can have lifetime effects. I knew a guy in his thirties who got permanent tinnitus after standing in front of a speaker array at a Gwar concert. Kids shouldn't be rock concerts without earplugs, frankly.

Not to mention all the drinking and "funny smelling smoke" that is a mainstay at those kind of shows. What's even funnier is the dirty looks that they give people who are passing a joint around, as if their evil stare is going to stop them. What the hell do you expect at an Ozzy concert? But your little precious just HAD to go because that one song is like his favoriteist ever.

Here's a tip to you parents out there with young children who are ignorant to how concerts work: it is mob rules. The security staff are there to stop people from getting hurt, not to snatch joints out of people's hands. Unless the band is a bunch of geriatrics, and the crowd is mostly 45+ going to see a blast from the past, there's going to be pot smoking. Indoors, outdoors, smoking or non.

Bottom line: Don't take your kids to rock/metal concerts unless they are old enough to understand or you are a good enough parent that you can tell your child "You'll understand when you get older, now let's enjoy the show! You want some popcorn or something?!" and they forget all about. You making a big deal about it is only going to make the child more curious. And yes; ear plugs. Tinnitus SUCKS, let me tell you.

/ Many years ago I was at a Slayer show with my girlfriend and we lit up a joint. After a minute or so the young couple in front of us started turning around and giving us dirty looks. They were probably 18 or so, a few years younger than us. Dressed in like... bar clothes, I guess. All I could think was, "What the hell are you two doing here?"


Knows about tinnitus...
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