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14th Jan '18 5:42:14 PM nombretomado
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** "Nu-metal bands never have guitar solos, but some do" (This is actually only true of a handful of bands who just happen to be labeled nu-metal. Many famous nu-metal bands ''do'' feature guitar solos, abiet somewhat short ones. Even LimpBizkit had a couple of brief guitar solos.)

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** "Nu-metal bands never have guitar solos, but some do" (This is actually only true of a handful of bands who just happen to be labeled nu-metal. Many famous nu-metal bands ''do'' feature guitar solos, abiet somewhat short ones. Even LimpBizkit Music/LimpBizkit had a couple of brief guitar solos.)



* MuggingTheMonster: A fairly common thematic element, usually invoked at the song's bridge ("Break Stuff" by LimpBizkit and "Down With The Sickness" by Music/{{Disturbed}} are examples of this).

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* MuggingTheMonster: A fairly common thematic element, usually invoked at the song's bridge ("Break Stuff" by LimpBizkit Music/LimpBizkit and "Down With The Sickness" by Music/{{Disturbed}} are examples of this).
9th Jan '18 6:10:40 AM HighCrate
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* DeadHorseGenre / DeaderThanDisco: Many previous Nu-metal bands have moved away from the genre and into other styles such as AlternativeRock, GrooveMetal, ElectronicMusic and IndustrialMetal. Generally perceived as being "dead" in the eyes of mainstream American media, although it has a level of popularity overseas, where there was never a prejudice toward the genre, and in the American underground music scene. The death of nu metal could have been easily avoided, however, if it weren't for the music industry capitalizing on it and bands straying away from its [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly original premise]]. Consequently, a few bands have learned from this and began rediscovering the genre's original concept, leading to some bands transitioning into [[AvantGardeMetal experimental metal]]. It's starting to resurface a little in the form of revival acts (and various deathcore bands who proudly took influence from the genre before that; Music/SuicideSilence and Emmure are some of the more obvious examples, and Music/{{Whitechapel}} has also joined the party as of the self-titled), but those are still nowhere near as big as many of the acts in the genre got in their heyday, and aside from a few acts that simply got too big to disappear (Slipknot, Korn, and Linkin Park, primarily), most of the bands that still exist are playing to far smaller crowds in far smaller venues than they used to.
4th Jan '18 11:22:11 PM FALLOFALL
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*** world music-tinged groove metal (Soulfly)

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*** world music-tinged groove death metal (Soulfly)
4th Jan '18 11:19:08 PM FALLOFALL
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*** pop-punk-rap-grunge-comedy-rock (Guano Apes)

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*** pop-punk-rap-grunge-comedy-rock (Guano Apes)world music-tinged groove metal (Soulfly)
4th Jan '18 10:35:18 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* Music/MachineHead (Two albums.)

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* Music/MachineHead (Two albums.(''The Burning Red'', ''Supercharger'', and ''Catharsis''. ''The More Things Change'' also had elements of this.)
3rd Jan '18 12:51:56 PM AreYouTyler
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* Music/Crossfade

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* Music/CrossfadeMusic/{{Crossfade}}



* Music/LimpBizkit (A [[TropeCodifier codifier]]. Generally, when someone thinks of a nu metal band, this is one of the first that comes to mind. Much of the stereotypes of nu metal was established by them)

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* Music/LimpBizkit (A [[TropeCodifier codifier]]. Generally, when someone thinks of a nu metal band, this is one of the first that comes to mind. Much of the stereotypes of nu metal was were established by them)



* Static-X (mixed with IndustrialMetal)

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* Static-X Music/StaticX (mixed with IndustrialMetal)
16th Dec '17 1:24:04 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* Twitching Tongues (also beatdown hardcore)
16th Dec '17 12:59:21 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* Toothgrinder (also metalcore with some minor prog elements)
8th Dec '17 10:03:27 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* UrExample: Before Music/{{Korn}} created the genre, the first proto-bands that were influential to the development include Music/FaithNoMore, Music/{{Tool}}, Music/NineInchNails, Music/{{Helmet}}, Music/{{Pantera}}, Music/FearFactory, Music/AliceInChains, Music/RageAgainstTheMachine, Music/JanesAddiction, Music/{{Sepultura}}, Stuck Mojo, "Bring the Noize" by Music/{{Anthrax}} and Music/PublicEnemy, Music/SuicidalTendencies, Music/MrBungle, Music/{{Fishbone}}, Music/{{Primus}}, Biohazard, Music/BeastieBoys, and Music/LivingColour. It's generally agreed that none of them are considered nu metal bands themselves (aside from Sepultura circa ''Roots'' and Fear Factory circa ''Digimortal''), but without them the genre wouldn't exist.

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* UrExample: Before Music/{{Korn}} created the genre, the first proto-bands that were influential to the development include Music/FaithNoMore, Music/{{Tool}}, Music/NineInchNails, Music/{{Helmet}}, Music/{{Pantera}}, Music/FearFactory, Music/AliceInChains, Music/{{Ministry}}, Music/RedHotChiliPeppers, Music/RageAgainstTheMachine, Music/JanesAddiction, Music/{{Sepultura}}, Stuck Mojo, "Bring the Noize" by Music/{{Anthrax}} and Music/PublicEnemy, Music/SuicidalTendencies, Music/MrBungle, Music/{{Fishbone}}, Music/{{Primus}}, Biohazard, Music/BeastieBoys, and Music/LivingColour. It's generally agreed that none of them are considered nu metal bands themselves (aside from Sepultura circa ''Roots'' and Fear Factory circa ''Digimortal''), but without them the genre wouldn't exist.
19th Nov '17 5:58:15 PM FALLOFALL
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* Music/VanillaIce (played with genre with ''Hard to Swallow'')

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* Music/VanillaIce (played with genre with ''Hard to Swallow'') Swallow'' and ''Bi-Polar'')
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