The Veronicas' Fans Injured During 'Wall of Death'
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The heavy metal crowd descend into chaos as a 'wall of death' breaks out during the pop duo's live performance at Good Things music festival Down Under.

AceShowbiz - The Veronicas performance at the Good Things festival in Sydney, Australia descended into chaos as a 'wall of death' broke out among the crowd.

After the pop duo performed their hit "Untouched", the crowd of heavy metal fans started the movement - where the audience parts down the middle, before each side then forcefully charges at each other as the song begins.

"Look after each other out there," twins Jessica and Lisa Origliasso urged from stage

As the pair began the next track in their set, "Everything I'm Not", a sudden surge through the crowd led to many fans falling to the ground, with people then piling on top of each other, footage obtained by Daily Mail Australia shows.

Despite many leaving the performance slightly bruised, The Veronicas' performance at the rock festival was watched by thousands and massively praised.

"Still discovering bruises and scratches from The Veronicas wall of death," one fan confessed on social media as they praised the performance.

Meanwhile, the pop stars took to Instagram to share their delight over the response from the crowd, penning, "We rocked Sydney Good Things today, it was crazy. They managed to fit in two walls of death."

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