nu-metal


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nu-metal

(ˌnjuːˈmɛtəl)
n
(Pop Music)
a. a type of rock music popular from the late 1990s, featuring much of the sound typical of heavy metal but also influenced by rap and hip-hop
b. (as modifier): a nu-metal band.
[C20: from nu-, a form of new + (heavy) metal]
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Opener Face Everything And Rise is a shout-along, defiance-filled start, while Warriors has a fast-paced nu-metal beat to really get pulses racing.
Tour, the former Nu-Metal titans felt like a band with a point to prove, cranking out 16 brilliant songs in what was a tight 80-minute set.
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The Welsh rockers played a hit-strewn set, but new songs like the nu-metal crunch of Bring 'Em Down more than held their own.
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Faith No More are largely responsible for the rap/rock crossover blueprint and for influencing many of the nu-metal bands of the 90s, including Linkin Park, Korn and Limp Bizkit, the latter two will also play this year's Download.
The recent crop of emo and nu-metal bands often cite the genre as influential.
The nu-metal five piece were at the Queen Street store of HMV, Cardiff, signing copies of their new single '4:AM Forever,' taken from the successful Liberation Transmission album.
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