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14th Dec '15 9:28:30 AM SnowHesher
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* The New Zealand horror/comedy ''Film/{{Deathgasm}}'' is about a group of high school metalheads who accidentally summon an ancient evil by playing a piece of old sheet music they found in the home of one of their heavy metal idols.
25th Nov '15 8:24:10 AM HerrBlitzDiktator
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* Daniel of ''Webcomic/AcidRain'' has long hair and it's a fan of thrash metal, the weird thing in here is that it's set in a Cyberpunk story, something really bizarre, as most cyberpunk works don't even mention heavy metal.
21st Nov '15 8:06:11 AM Morgenthaler
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7th Nov '15 3:35:13 PM MechaBear
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* Amy of ''Webcomics/WooHoo'' dresses in goth/punk style and is devoted to fictional death-metal band Bloodgoat. She's seemingly quite educated and intelligent.

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* Amy of ''Webcomics/WooHoo'' ''Webcomic/WooHoo'' dresses in goth/punk style and is devoted to fictional death-metal band Bloodgoat. She's seemingly quite educated and intelligent.
7th Nov '15 3:33:28 PM MechaBear
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* Amy of ''Webcomics/WooHoo'' dresses in goth/punk style and is devoted to fictional death-metal band Bloodgoat. She's seemingly quite educated and intelligent.
20th Aug '15 10:02:24 PM GlennMagusHarvey
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Also known as headbanger, thrasher, or hesher, the metalhead is a character that started showing up in movies and television shows in the 1980s as HeavyMetal became popular. As the title implies, he is a very passionate fan of hard rock and {{heavy metal}} music and is not shy about expressing it. Unfortunately, some express their opinions too much to the point of coming off as an elitist {{Jerkass}} (and NoTrueScotsman is by no means uncommon).

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Also known as headbanger, thrasher, or hesher, the metalhead is a typically male character that started showing up in movies and television shows in the 1980s as HeavyMetal became popular. As the title implies, he is a very passionate fan of hard rock and {{heavy metal}} music and is not shy about expressing it. Unfortunately, some express their opinions too much to the point of coming off as an elitist {{Jerkass}} (and NoTrueScotsman is by no means uncommon).
5th Jul '15 1:49:17 PM VicGeorge2011
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The metalhead can usually be identified by any combination of the following: long hair, tattoos, piercings, {{badass beard}} or [[Badass Mustache mustache]], a black t-shirt bearing the logo of his favorite band (occasionally a hoodie as well), a black leather motorcycle jacket, tattered denim jeans, camo pants, high-tops, skate shoes, combat boots, or a denim vest adorned with pins and patches. They are also known for using the "heavy metal horns" hand gesture as a way of showing their approval for something. Most metalhead characters are male, though female examples exist. Metalhead characters usually live in a PosterGalleryBedroom with walls covered in heavy metal band posters (and sometimes they still live in [[BasementDweller Mom's Basement]]).

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The metalhead can usually be identified by any combination of the following: long hair, tattoos, piercings, {{badass beard}} or [[Badass Mustache [[BadassMustache mustache]], a black t-shirt bearing the logo of his favorite band (occasionally a hoodie as well), a black leather motorcycle jacket, tattered denim jeans, camo pants, high-tops, skate shoes, combat boots, or a denim vest adorned with pins and patches. They are also known for using the "heavy metal horns" hand gesture as a way of showing their approval for something. Most metalhead characters are male, though female examples exist. Metalhead characters usually live in a PosterGalleryBedroom with walls covered in heavy metal band posters (and sometimes they still live in [[BasementDweller Mom's Basement]]).
5th Jul '15 1:49:05 PM VicGeorge2011
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The metalhead can usually be identified by any combination of the following: long hair, tattoos, piercings, {{badass beard}} or mustache, a black t-shirt bearing the logo of his favorite band (occasionally a hoodie as well), a black leather motorcycle jacket, tattered denim jeans, camo pants, high-tops, skate shoes, combat boots, or a denim vest adorned with pins and patches. They are also known for using the "heavy metal horns" hand gesture as a way of showing their approval for something. Most metalhead characters are male, though female examples exist. Metalhead characters usually live in a PosterGalleryBedroom with walls covered in heavy metal band posters (and sometimes they still live in [[BasementDweller Mom's Basement]]).

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The metalhead can usually be identified by any combination of the following: long hair, tattoos, piercings, {{badass beard}} or mustache, [[Badass Mustache mustache]], a black t-shirt bearing the logo of his favorite band (occasionally a hoodie as well), a black leather motorcycle jacket, tattered denim jeans, camo pants, high-tops, skate shoes, combat boots, or a denim vest adorned with pins and patches. They are also known for using the "heavy metal horns" hand gesture as a way of showing their approval for something. Most metalhead characters are male, though female examples exist. Metalhead characters usually live in a PosterGalleryBedroom with walls covered in heavy metal band posters (and sometimes they still live in [[BasementDweller Mom's Basement]]).
21st Jun '15 2:04:09 PM XFllo
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The metalhead can usually be identified by any combination of the following: [[BadassLonghair long hair]], tattoos, piercings, {{badass beard}} or [[BadassMustache mustache]], a black t-shirt bearing the logo of his favorite band (occasionally a hoodie as well), a black leather motorcycle jacket, tattered denim jeans, camo pants, high-tops, skate shoes, combat boots, or a denim vest adorned with pins and patches. They are also known for using the "heavy metal horns" hand gesture as a way of showing their approval for something. Most metalhead characters are male, though female examples exist. Metalhead characters usually live in a PosterGalleryBedroom with walls covered in heavy metal band posters (and sometimes they still live in [[BasementDweller Mom's Basement]]).

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The metalhead can usually be identified by any combination of the following: [[BadassLonghair long hair]], hair, tattoos, piercings, {{badass beard}} or [[BadassMustache mustache]], mustache, a black t-shirt bearing the logo of his favorite band (occasionally a hoodie as well), a black leather motorcycle jacket, tattered denim jeans, camo pants, high-tops, skate shoes, combat boots, or a denim vest adorned with pins and patches. They are also known for using the "heavy metal horns" hand gesture as a way of showing their approval for something. Most metalhead characters are male, though female examples exist. Metalhead characters usually live in a PosterGalleryBedroom with walls covered in heavy metal band posters (and sometimes they still live in [[BasementDweller Mom's Basement]]).
21st Mar '15 12:02:31 PM VicGeorge2011
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The metalhead can usually be identified by any combination of the following: long hair, tattoos, piercings, {{badass beard}} or [[BadassMustache mustache]], a black t-shirt bearing the logo of his favorite band (occasionally a hoodie as well), a black leather motorcycle jacket, tattered denim jeans, camo pants, high-tops, skate shoes, combat boots, or a denim vest adorned with pins and patches. They are also known for using the "heavy metal horns" hand gesture as a way of showing their approval for something. Most metalhead characters are male, though female examples exist. Metalhead characters usually live in a PosterGalleryBedroom with walls covered in heavy metal band posters (and sometimes they still live in [[BasementDweller Mom's Basement]]).

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The metalhead can usually be identified by any combination of the following: [[BadassLonghair long hair, hair]], tattoos, piercings, {{badass beard}} or [[BadassMustache mustache]], a black t-shirt bearing the logo of his favorite band (occasionally a hoodie as well), a black leather motorcycle jacket, tattered denim jeans, camo pants, high-tops, skate shoes, combat boots, or a denim vest adorned with pins and patches. They are also known for using the "heavy metal horns" hand gesture as a way of showing their approval for something. Most metalhead characters are male, though female examples exist. Metalhead characters usually live in a PosterGalleryBedroom with walls covered in heavy metal band posters (and sometimes they still live in [[BasementDweller Mom's Basement]]).
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