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moshing

A type of violent dancing in which the dancers slam against each other, which is most common in punk and heavy metal concerts, and usually takes place on the so-called “mosh pit”—the floor space between the stage and the first rows of seating in concert venue. Can result in injury and, in extreme cases, death.
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At Wallasey town hall yesterday, coroner's officer Donald Johnson said: "A large, densely packed group of people were moshing, which means they come together with a rush when certain songs or notes are played.
Moshing developed in the mid-eighties in post-punk clubs in the US.
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The claimant admitted that during the opening acts, he observed people moshing in front of the stage.
Hosted by the lively MC Rage, the duo opened up with Smash TV, which immediately set the pace and kick-started 90 minutes of intense, sweat-soaked moshing.
A NIGHT club manager has described how he tried to save a 15-year-old boy who collapsed while "moshing" at a nightclub.
We played our first show on New Year's Eve to a bunch of drunk, moshing Richmonders.
The 19-year-old was "moshing" during an alternative music night at the Dog and Trumpet pub in Hertford Street in the early hours of Saturday.
They also had fantastic energy and simply did not stop moshing from beginning to end.