Rage Against The Machine's Tim Commerford Comments On Headbanging Injuries
Posted by Joseph Lee on 07.08.2014
He doesn't think metal fans should worry...
TMZ recently spoke with Rage Against The Machine's Tim Commerford who thinks that even though some people are getting brain injuries due to headbanging, that doesn't mean headbanging will soon go away.
This comes after a German Motorhead fan suffered bleeding in his brain due to years of excessive headbanging. He had to have holes drilled into his head to drain the blood. Commerford called the condition "banger neck" and said that he had it every time Rage played. He doesn't think it will be an issue for metal fans.