Moshing is much better with Lego

Last updated 13:26 07/02/2013
Lego moshing

Headbangers, this is the Lego set you've been waiting for.

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THERE is no end to what Lego can do.

Not only can the little bricks teach children how to build stuff, they can also teach them how to mosh.

Yes, forget all those Lego toy sets and video games based on Star Wars, Harry Potter and Ninjas. There's real fun to be had celebrating the "devil's music".

The video LEGO, Let's Go turns the Lego dial all the way to 11 and features little Lego men and women getting into Lego headbanging, Lego crowd-surfing, Lego riffing and Lego screaming.

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