List of alternative metal artists

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Faith No More is often credited for inventing the alternative metal genre.[1]

This is a list of alternative metal artists. Alternative metal (or alt-metal[2]) is a style of heavy metal and alternative rock.[2][3]

Alternative metal usually takes elements of heavy metal with influences from genres like alternative rock,[3] and other genres not normally associated with metal, such as hardcore punk, funk, and progressive rock. Alternative metal bands are often characterized by heavy guitar riffs, melodic vocals, unconventional sounds within other heavy metal genres, unconventional song structures and sometimes experimental approaches to heavy music.

Band Active Notes
10 Years[4][5][6] Yes Also classed as post-grunge[4] and progressive metal.[4][7]
12 Stones[8][9] Yes Also classed as post-grunge,[8] alternative rock[10] and Christian rock.[9]
36 Crazyfists[11] Yes Also classed as metalcore,[12] post-hardcore[11] and nu metal.[13][14]
311[15] Yes Also classed as reggae rock, alternative rock, rap metal, funk rock, rap rock and funk metal.
Alice in Chains[16][17] Yes Also classed as grunge, heavy metal, doom metal, sludge metal, dark metal and alternative rock.[18][19][20][21]
Alien Ant Farm[22] Yes Also classed as alternative rock,[23][24] nu metal,[25][26][27] punk rock,[28] pop punk[29] and post-grunge.[30]
Alter Bridge[31] Yes Also classed as hard rock and heavy metal.
American Standards[32] Yes Also classed as mathcore, metalcore, post hardcore and hardcore punk.
Anthrax[33] Yes Also classed as thrash metal, heavy metal, groove metal, speed metal, rap metal and grunge. (Sound of White Noise period)
Apartment 26[34][35] No Also classed as nu metal[36] and industrial metal.
A Perfect Circle[37][38][39] Yes Also classified as alternative rock,[37][38][40] progressive rock,[41][42] art rock,[37][38][43][44] industrial rock,[45] post-grunge,[37][38] ambient,[43] nu metal,[38][42][43][46][47] and gothic rock.[38][43]
Apocalyptica[48] Yes Also classed as symphonic metal.[48]
At the Drive-In[49] No Also classed as post-hardcore.
Audioslave[50] No Also classed as hard rock,[50] funk rock, and alternative rock.
Avenged Sevenfold[51] Yes Also classed as heavy metal, metalcore (early) and hard rock.
Babymetal[52][53] Yes Also classed as heavy metal, death metal, speed metal and j-pop.
Bad Brains[54] Yes 1986 album I Against I recognized as one of the first alternative metal albums. Also classed as hardcore punk and reggae rock.
Baroness[55][56] Yes Also classed as sludge metal, progressive metal and post-rock.
Biohazard[57] Yes Also classed as crossover thrash, metalcore, hardcore punk and rapcore.[citation needed]
Black Stone Cherry[58] Yes Also classed as Southern rock, Hard rock, and Post-grunge
Black Veil Brides[59] Yes Also classed glam metal, hard rock, shock rock, heavy metal, melodic metalcore (early) and post-hardcore (early).
Breaking Benjamin[60][61] Yes[62] Also classified as alternative rock[63] and occasionally post-grunge.[60]
Bring Me the Horizon[64][65] Yes Also classed as alternative rock,[66][67] metalcore,[68][69] deathcore,[70] and post-hardcore.[71]
Bullet for My Valentine[72] Yes Also classed as hard rock, heavy metal, metalcore and thrash metal.[73]
Butthole Surfers[74] Yes Also classed as alternative rock, neo-psychedelia, experimental rock and hardcore punk.
Chevelle[75][76] Yes Also classed as alternative rock, hard rock, post-grunge.[77]
CKY[78] Yes Also classed as alternative rock, experimental rock, and alternative metal.
Clawfinger[79] Yes Also classed as Rap metal, industrial metal and nu metal.[80][81][82]
Clutch[83][84][85] Yes Also classed as hard rock, stoner rock, blues rock, jam, post-hardcore (early), funk metal[85] and hardcore punk (early).[86]
Coal Chamber[87][88][89] Yes Also classed as nu metal,[87][90][91][92][93] industrial metal[87] and gothic metal.[87]
Cold[94] Yes Also classed as post-grunge, hard rock and alternative rock.
The Cooters [95] Yes Also classed as Punk Rock, Punk Metal, and Rock and Roll.
Corrosion of Conformity[57] Yes Also classed as crossover thrash (early), garage punk,[57] and sludge metal[96]
Cyclone Temple[97] No Also classed as thrash metal[98] and progressive metal.
Days of the New[99] Yes Also classed as alternative rock and post-grunge.
Decyfer Down[100] Yes Also classed as alternative rock and post-grunge.[citation needed]
Defrage[100] Yes Also classed as alternative rock and post-grunge.[citation needed]
Deftones[101] Yes Also classed as nu metal, experimental rock,[102] post-metal,[103][104] post-hardcore,[105] and art rock.[106][107]
Demon Hunter[108][109] Yes Also classified as metalcore, nu metal, groove metal, and Christian metal
Disturbed[110] Yes Also classified as nu metal (early), hard rock,[111] and heavy metal.
Dir En Grey[112] Yes Also classed as industrial metal, nu metal, death metal, experimental metal, progressive metal, and extreme metal.
Dog Fashion Disco[113] Yes Also classed as experimental metal.
Dope[114] Yes Also classed as industrial rock, industrial metal and nu metal
downset.[115] Yes Also classed as rap metal, funk metal, hardcore punk and rapcore.[116]
Drowning Pool[117] Yes Also classed as nu metal, heavy metal, hard rock and post-grunge.
Earshot[118] Yes Also classed as hard rock and post-grunge.
Echobrain[119][120] No Only classed as alternative metal.
Enter Shikari[121][122] Yes Also classed as metalcore,[123] electronicore and post-hardcore.
Evanescence[124] Yes Also classed as gothic metal, nu metal,[125], hard rock[126] and symphonic metal[127]
Failure[128][129] Yes Also classed as alternative rock,[130] art rock,[131] space rock[128] and post-grunge[132][133][134]
Fair to Midland[135] On hiatus Also classed as progressive rock.
Faith No More[17][57][136] Yes Recognized as one of the earliest alternative metal bands. Also classed as funk metal, experimental metal and alternative rock.[137]
Fantômas[138] Yes Also classed as experimental metal.
Fear Factory[139] Yes Recognized as one of the first heavy metal bands to fuse metal with industrial and electronic stylings. Also classed as death metal and industrial metal.[140]
Fightstar[141][142] Yes Also classed as post-hardcore,[143][144][145] alternative rock,[146] emo,[147] and heavy metal.[148]
Finger Eleven[149] Yes Also classed as alternative rock, post-grunge, hard rock and funk metal.
Filter[150][151] Yes Also classed as industrial rock, industrial metal and post-grunge.
Five Finger Death Punch[152][153] Yes Also classed as heavy metal,[154] thrash metal,[155] hard rock,[156] and groove metal.[157][158][159][160]
Flyleaf[161] Yes Also classed as hard rock, Christian Rock and post-grunge.
Fuel[162] Yes Also classed as hard rock and post-grunge.
Full Scale[163] No Also classed as post-grunge[163]
Fu Manchu[164] Yes Also classed as stoner rock, punk rock and alternative rock
Funeral for a Friend[165] Yes Also classed as emo, post-hardcore, screamo and melodic hardcore.
Godflesh[166] Yes Also classed as Also classed as industrial rock and industrial metal[167]
Glassjaw[168][169] Yes Also classed as post-hardcore, hardcore punk, progressive rock and experimental rock
Godsmack[170][171] Yes Also classed as hard rock,[172] heavy metal,[170] post-grunge,[170] nu metal,[173][174][175] and industrial metal.[170]
Green Jellÿ[176] Yes Also classed as comedy rock
Grinspoon[177] Yes Also classed as post-grunge, alternative rock and nu metal
Guano Apes[178] Yes Also classed as alternative rock, nu metal,[179] rapcore,[citation needed] rap rock, post-grunge, pop rock, pop punk, punk rock and hard rock
Hayko Cepkin[180] Yes Also classified as alternative metal, heavy metal[180] and industrial rock.
Halestorm[181] Yes Also classed hard rock and alternative rock.
Helmet[17][57][182] Yes Also classed as post-hardcore,[183] noise rock,[57] alternative rock,[182][184] groove metal,[182] post-metal[185] and experimental metal.[186]
HIM[187] No Also classed as gothic metal,[188][189][190][191][192] gothic rock,[193][194][195] alternative rock.[196][197]
Hollywood Undead[198] Yes Also classed rap rock, alternative rock, nu metal, rap metal, hard rock and hip hop.
In Flames[199] Yes Also classed as melodic death metal
In This Moment[200] Yes Also classed as metalcore.
Incubus[17][201] Yes[202] Also classed as funk metal (early),[17][201] nu metal (early),[203][204][205][206][207] rap metal (early),[208] alternative rock (later)[201] and art rock (later).[209]
Jane's Addiction[17][57][136][176] Yes Also classed as alternative rock[210] and progressive rock.[57]
Jerry Cantrell[211] Yes Also classed as alternative rock,[211] heavy metal,[211] grunge[211] and post-grunge.[211]
Jesters of Destiny[136] No Also classed as heavy metal, hard rock and psychedelic rock.
The Jesus Lizard[57] No Also classed as noise-rock[57] and post-hardcore.
Karnivool[57] Yes Also classified as progressive metal, progressive rock, alternative rock and nu metal (early)
Kittie[212] Yes Also classed as nu metal, extreme metal, heavy metal, screamo, punk, thrash metal, hard rock, alt-punk and death metal.
KMFDM [213] Yes Also classed as industrial rock, industrial metal, electro-industrial and nu metal (2002-2004).
Korn[214][17][57] Yes Considered the first nu metal group.[17] Also classed as industrial metal,[215] rap metal,[216] funk metal,[217] groove metal and[218] dark metal.[219][220]
Kyuss[221][222] No Also considered the first stoner rock band.
L7[223] Yes Also classed as grunge,[223] punk rock and riot grrrl.[223]
Lacuna Coil[224] Yes Also classed as gothic metal[225] and dark metal.[226]
Life of Agony[227] Yes Also classed as heavy metal, crossover thrash, hard rock, and alternative rock
Leprous[228] Yes Also classed as progressive metal[228]
Limp Bizkit[229][230] Yes Also classed as nu metal,[17] rap metal[17] and rap rock.[231][232]
Linkin Park[233][234][235] Yes Also classed as nu metal,[236][237][238] alternative rock,[236][239] rap rock,[233][240] electronic rock[235] and rap metal.[236]
Living Colour[17][57] Yes Also classed as funk metal, heavy metal and hard rock.[citation needed]
Lostprophets[241] No Also classed as alternative rock, post-hardcore and nu metal.
Lou Reed and Metallica[242] No Also classed as art rock, experimental metal, experimental rock and spoken word.
The Lounge Kittens[243] Yes Also classed as lounge music, rock music, parody music, and comedy rock.
Machine Head[244] Yes Also classed as groove metal, thrash metal, rap metal and nu metal.
Marilyn Manson[57] Yes Also classed as industrial metal,[245] industrial rock, glam rock, heavy metal,[245] shock rock and alternative rock.[246]
Mastodon[247][248] Yes Also classed as sludge metal, progressive metal and stoner metal.
Melvins[17][249] Yes Also classed as various other genres, including grunge, sludge metal and doom metal
Metallica[74][250] Yes Also classed as heavy metal,[250][unreliable source?] thrash metal, hard rock and speed metal
Mind Funk[251] No Also classed as funk metal, grunge and stoner rock.
Mind Over Four[252] No Also classed as progressive metal.
Ministry[57] Yes Also classed as synthpop (early), industrial metal and thrash metal.[citation needed]
Monster Magnet[57] Yes Also classed as psychedelic rock, stoner metal and heavy metal.[57][253]
Motionless In White[254] Yes Also classed as industrial metal, metalcore, gothic metal, and nu metal.
Mother Love Bone[17] No Also classed as grunge, glam metal, hard rock and heavy metal.
Mötley Crüe[255] No Also classed as heavy metal, hard rock and glam metal
Mr. Bungle[256] No Also classed as various other genres, including avant-garde and funk metal.
Mt. Helium[257][258] No Also classed as progressive metal, post-grunge and nu metal. Formerly known as The Apex Theory.
Mudvayne[259] On Hiatus Also classed as heavy metal,[260][261][262] nu metal,[263][264][265][266] progressive metal,[267][268][269] math metal[270] and groove metal.[271][272]
Mushroomhead[273][274][275] Yes Also classed as shock rock, industrial metal, experimental metal and electro-industrial.[citation needed]
Nebula[276] On Hiatus Also classed as stoner rock, heavy metal and psychedelic rock.
Nickelback[277] Yes Also classified as heavy metal,[277] alternative rock,[277] post-grunge,[277] pop rock,[278] and hard rock.[279]
Nine Inch Nails[17][57] Yes Also classed as industrial rock, industrial metal, dark ambient, and alternative rock.[280]
Nonpoint[281] Yes Also classed as nu metal, hard rock, rap metal and groove metal.
Nothingface[282] No Only classed as alternative metal.
Norma Jean[283] Yes Also classed as metalcore, sludge metal and post-metal.
One OK Rock[251] Yes Also classed as alternative rock, pop punk, pop rock, post-hardcore, post-grunge and power pop.
Okilly Dokilly[284][285][286][287] Yes Also classed as heavy metal, metalcore, comedy rock, stoner rock, "Nedal", sludge metal, math metal, progressive rock, nu metal, experimental metal, art rock, bartcore, "krust" punk, and hardcore punk.
Orangutang[288] No Also classed as pop rock,[288] and alternative rock.
Orgy[289][290][291] Yes Also classed as industrial rock,[292][293] industrial metal,[294] nu metal,[295] electronic rock[296][297] and electropunk.[298]
Otep[299] Yes Also classed as nu metal[299] and death metal.
Papa Roach[300] Yes Also classed as nu metal,[301] alternative rock,[300] hard rock,[300] rap metal, and glam metal.[302][303]
Pitchshifter[304] Yes Also classed as Also classed as industrial rock, nu metal and industrial metal[305][306][307]
P.O.D.[308] Yes Also classed as nu metal, rap metal, Christian metal, reggae rock.
Pantera[57][309] No Also classed as heavy metal, groove metal, thrash metal[57] and glam metal (early).[310]
Paw[251] No Also classed as grunge and alternative rock.
Pearl Jam[311] Yes Also classed as alternative rock, grunge, rock and hard rock.
Powerman 5000[312] Yes Also classed as industrial metal, rap metal, nu metal, thrash metal, funk metal, electronic rock, alternative rock, and punk rock.
Primus[57] Yes Also classed as funk metal,[313] alternative rock,[314] experimental rock,[315] funk rock,[316] progressive rock,[317] progressive metal,[318] jam and nu metal (Antipop period).[319][320]
Prong[321] Yes Also classed as industrial metal,[321] thrash metal, groove metal and hardcore punk.
Puddle of Mudd[322] Yes Also classed as post-grunge, hard rock, alternative rock and nu metal.
Quicksand Yes Also classed as post-hardcore
Queens of the Stone Age[323] Yes Also classified as alternative rock, hard rock, stoner rock and heavy metal.[323]
Queensrÿche[74] Yes Also classed as progressive metal, hard rock, heavy metal, power metal and glam metal.
Rage Against the Machine[57][176] On Hiatus Also classed as rap metal and funk metal[57]
Rammstein[324] Yes Also classed as industrial metal and Neue Deutsche Härte.
Red[325][326] Yes Also classed as alternative rock, hard rock, christian rock, heavy metal and post-grunge.
Red Hot Chili Peppers[327] Yes Also classed as funk rock, alternative rock, funk metal and rap rock.
Reuben[328] No Also classed as alternative rock, hard rock, and post-hardcore.
Rob Zombie[329] Yes Also classed as heavy metal, industrial metal, groove metal, industrial rock and nu metal.
Rollins Band[176] No Also classed as hard rock, post-hardcore,[330] funk metal[331] and jazz fusion.[210][332]
Roses Are Red[333] No Also classed as emo[334][335] and alternative rock.
Scum of the Earth[336] Yes Also classed as heavy metal.[336]
Seether[337] Yes Also classed as post-grunge.
Sepultura[57] Yes Also classed as groove metal,[338] death metal,[339] thrash metal,[340] black metal[341] dark metal[342] and world music (later period).[57]
Serj Tankian[343] Yes Also classed as progressive rock, experimental rock, art rock and classical.
Sevendust[344][345][346] Yes Also classed as nu metal[345] and heavy metal.[346]
Shinedown[347] Yes Also classified as hard rock, post-grunge and alternative rock.
Sick Puppies[348] Yes Also classed as alternative rock,[349] hard rock and post-grunge.
Slipknot[350][351][352] Yes Also classed as heavy metal,[352][353] nu metal,[354][355][356][357] death metal[358][359][360][361][362][363][364][365][366] and groove metal.[367][368]
Skillet[369] Yes Also classed as Christian rock, Christian metal, post-grunge, alternative rock, hard rock, and nu metal.
The Smashing Pumpkins[370] Yes Also classed as alternative rock,[370] gothic rock,[371] psychedelic rock,[371] dream pop,[371] grunge,[372][373] progressive metal, progressive rock and shoegazing.[374]
Snot[375] Yes Also classed as hardcore punk, funk metal and nu metal.
SOiL[376] Yes Also classed as nu metal, hard rock, heavy metal, groove metal and post-grunge.
Soundgarden[17][57] No Also classed as grunge, heavy metal, alternative rock,[17] psychedelic, blues[17] and garage punk.[57]
Sum 41[377][378] Yes Also classed as punk rock, pop punk, alternative rock, and skate punk.
Stabbing Westward[83] No Also classed as industrial rock[379] and alternative rock.[380]
Staind[381] Yes Also classified as nu metal,[381][382][383][384][385] alternative rock, and post-grunge
Static X[386] Yes Also classed as industrial metal and nu metal.
Stereomud[387] No Also classed as hard rock and nu metal.
Stone Sour[388] Yes Also classed as hard rock and heavy metal.
Stone Temple Pilots[17][389] Yes Also classed as alternative rock, hard rock, grunge and neo-psychedelia
Stuck Mojo[390] Yes Also classed as rap metal and nu metal.[391]
Sucioperro Yes Also classed as indie rock.
System of a Down[392][393][394][395][396][397] Yes Also classed as heavy metal,[398][399] nu metal,[400][401][402][403][404][405] progressive rock,[406][407] progressive metal,[408][409] hard rock,[392][399] alternative rock,[410] experimental rock,[399][411][412] thrash metal,[413] and art rock.[414][415][416]
Tad[17] No Also classed as grunge, heavy metal, groove metal[417] and alternative rock.[418]
Taproot[419] Yes Also classed as nu metal, alternative rock and post-grunge.
Therapy?[420] Yes Also classed as alternative rock, punk rock, grunge and noise rock
Tomahawk[421][422][423][424][425] Yes Also classed as alternative rock,[426] experimental rock, progressive rock and Native American music.[427][428]
Three Days Grace[429][430] Yes Also classified as alternative rock, post-grunge, and hard rock
Tool[49][57][176][431][432] Yes Also classed as progressive metal,[432] progressive rock,[76] heavy metal,[432][433][434][435] art rock,[432] dark metal[436] and industrial metal.[437]
Trapt[438] Yes Also classed as hard rock, post-grunge[438] and nu metal.[438][439]
Turbowolf Yes Also classed as hard rock, psychedelia, heavy metal, punk rock and electronica.
Type O Negative[74] No Also classed as gothic metal and doom metal.
Tremonti[440] Yes Also classed as thrash metal and speed metal.[441]
Twelve Foot Ninja[442] Yes Also classed as Experimental rock, funk metal and djent
Ugly Kid Joe[443] Yes Also classed as hard rock, heavy metal, glam metal and funk metal.
Vampires Everywhere![444] Yes Also classed as post-hardcore, metalcore, gothic metal, shock rock,[445] industrial metal[445] and horror punk.
Voivod[74] Yes Also classed as thrash metal, progressive metal and technical thrash metal.
Volbeat[446] Yes Also classed as heavy metal,[447] groove metal, hard rock, and psychobilly.
Waltari[448] Yes Also classed as progressive metal, crossover thrash, hard rock, avant-garde metal, death metal, punk rock, symphonic metal, pop rock, and techno[308]
We Came as Romans[449] Yes Also classed as metalcore, post-hardcore, melodic hardcore, symphonic metal, and electronicore.
White Zombie[450][57] No Also classed as groove metal, industrial metal and heavy metal.[citation needed]
Zug Izland[451] Yes Also classed as alternative rock

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