This is probably one of the best questions I have ever or will ever receive. A+ and \m/
But yes, I’m almost certain it would, but I doubt it would be anything particularly debilitating unless one strong jolt dislocated something, tore connective tissue, or caused brain hemorrhaging. (The price we all pay for being trv kvlt metal.) The most likely stress markers would probably be at worst arthritic lipping of the cervical vertebrae and at best a more rugose nuchal crest. Maybe even a more rugose mandible (read: rugged jawline). All kinds of neck muscles and ligaments are at work during such a motion, attaching to the back of the skull, the sides under the ears, and under the mandible. So you’re looking at a very robust, thick skull reminiscent of our Viking brethren.
This question brightened my day out of miserable jetlag. Metal on good sir!