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If you have been to rock concerts, you have seen them. Do you know the names of the dance moves in the rock/punk/hardcore scene?
What does the most popular hardcore dancing move, "two step" look like?
Jumping around and swinging your fists, stomping back and froth across the pit
Spinning karate kicks in a sequence
Punching the floor and stomping in place, throwing your fists back, trying to strike anyone behind you
Placing one foot in front of the other and jumping on it with your arm thrust opposite to the leg that is moving in the front
The most common hardcore move "two step" was taken from which dance?
Ska music was born in Jamaica in the 1960s. Which of these names appears very often in ska lyrics?
Which New York hardcore punk band did parody hardcore dancing in their music video "Step Down"?
Sick of it All
What is the name of the act of getting on the stage during a concert and then jumping in the crowd below?
At the 2000 Roskilde festival nine people died while crowd-surfing at the concert of which band?
Sick of it all
Which hardcore dance involves people jumping around and pushing each other in a circle in front of the stage?
None of these
What is the name of the act of pretending to play the guitar with your hands and moving your body as if you are following the rhythm of the music?
No strings attached
Which Swedish metal band pretends to play instruments in the video "New Millennium Cyanide Christ", while actually only moving their hands and bodies?
Which is the American metal band, whose frontman Mark Hunter is often called "Metal Moses", because on concerts, he often parted the crowd in two parts, just like Moses did at the Red Sea?
Cradle of filth
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