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  • n. Plural form of hesher.


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  • The cuteness will appeal to a wide demographic of children and heshers.

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  • The Times has corrected the mixup, and in this photo's place, you'll now see a shot of Speaker Nancy Pelosi waving what might just be the corna handsign at fellow heshers.

    Boing Boing

  • Even though I came up in the woods of New Hampshire and these heshers were ripping jeans in the sticks of Oregon, I'm sure I know what they're on about.

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  • Too bad once you get over the initial novelty this fusion starts to defeat itself: fellow heshers Sleep could keep an hour-long epic interesting, but because Cave In's radio-ready vocals and pop-informed structures lead you to expect concise songs, their incessant riffing starts to feel long-winded before five minutes are up.

    Chicago Reader

  • Nominations for the Juno Awards-the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences 'equivalent to the Grammys-were announced today, and the big winner was the Vancouver band of heshers Nickelback, who are up for five prizes including Single Of The Year and Album Of The Year; personal favorites like Black Mountain and Sloan, as well as that deliciously inescapable Kardinal Offishall / Akon track from last summer, got nods as well.


  • Looking like a band of heshers who stumbled into a magic phone booth on the grounds of your high school, circa 1989, when the group of throwback, long-haired shredders known as Early Man, strode onto stage in their finest tight, black jeans and sleeveless black tees

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  • A lot of gnarly, dirty heshers show up to see us, and then kids in sweaters ....

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  • 40 Watt Sun made heshers realize that sadness is undeniably metal.



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