Definition of metalhead
: a fan or performer of heavy metal
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For the aspiring rockers, metalheads and the like, Summerfest isn't just another performance venue.
A: Metalheads are like a gang and the music is our lifestyle and our camaraderie.
Connecticut metalheads should be on hand to honor some of the state's founding fathers of prog metal.
Polish metalheads Behemoth; 8 p.m. July 13; Cabooze; $25; on sale at 10 a.m. through Ticketfly.
Already booked as a support act on the entire tour is costumed metalheads Ghost.
In the play’s longest sequence, the seven metalheads, speaking heavily accented English, calmly display their various attractions — a smoke machine, a tiny fountain, a cluster of dancing wigs.
The appointment of Mr. O’Shea, tattooed to the knuckles with a metalhead’s beard and an avid following among street-style photographers, is a bid for reinvention.
As the chief shrieker for art-metalheads Tool, Maynard James Keenan made quite a bit of noise.
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