A sign language interpreter stole the show at a heavy metal concert with her passionate signing for deaf fans, ABC News reports.
At a June 20 metal concert in Austin, Texas, Lindsay Rothschild-Cross' performance was caught on video and has racked up tons of views online -- but she told ABC's 'Good Morning America' that she is new to the genre.
"I grew up with Guns N' Roses, and Alice in Chains and Iron Maiden and things like that," Rothschild-Cross told 'GMA.' "I've never actually interpreted for death metal though. This is the first time."
The sign language teacher said that she researches the artists before a concert. She tries to communicate the emotion behind the lyrics, not just the lyrics themselves, she said.
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