Margot Robbie

Jamey Jasta Says Actress Margot Robbie Got ‘Crowd Killed’ At A Slipknot/Hatebreed Show


During a recent appearance on the ‘The Graham Norton Show, Australian actress Margot Robbie (‘Suicide Squad‘, ‘The Wolf Of Wall Street‘) found herself defending her love of heavy metal music and her passion for it to the show’s host and Academy Award-winning actress Cate Blanchett.

Blanchett quizzed her on the show about whether or not she truly enjoyed metal music, while also wondering if anyone at all actually enjoyed it. Robbie eloquently answered that she ‘genuinely likes it’, while going on to recount a past experience she had at a Slipknot show.

She said of the genre and that concert:

“I really like it. I remember going to the Slipknot concert, and… at the time I was on ‘Neighbours‘. I’ve never had more people come up to me, ever, than at a Slipknot concert… It was so unexpected. And they worried about all the characters… They were so invested in ‘Neighbours‘ and Slipknot.”

It now seems that given her statement, the show mentioned above would have been a stop of the 2005 Australian tour Slipknot and Hatebreed undertook together. Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta recently reacted to the story, stating that Robbie got ‘crowd killed’ during her time in the audience of that concert.

For those not aware, crowd killing is the practice of an overly aggressive mosher, who tends to willfully bash into those on the fringes of the mosh pit who aren’t active participants. To be fair, Jasta didn’t specify whether or not he was joking about the situation. But it’s still a trip to think that the future Hollywood A-lister potentially endured some of the worst behavior a heavy metal audience has to offer.

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