Any metalhead and hardcore kid worth their salt knows the major mosh moves. Two-stepping. Circle-pitting. Picking up change. The Lawnmower. The Wall of Death. The list goes on. Add to this pantheon an unlikely new move: The Worm. Yes, that old-school breakdancing classic has entered the pit. The evidence: footage "accidentally" captured of a funky fan fearlessly throwing himself down on a surely-filthy venue floor at a recent Underoath show and unmistakably rippling his prone body in a wave akin to earthworm locomotion while his fellow moshers rage around him. Seeing the video on Twitter, Underoath keyboardist Chris Dudley said it best: THIS MAN GOES HARD. Indeed, he does. Watch below.
Fan Doing "The Worm" in an Underoath Mosh Pit Is the Best Thing You'll See Today
"THIS MAN GOES HARD"
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"I didn’t want to have to make a video about this"