List of nu metal bands

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The following is a list of bands that have played nu metal. Nu metal (also known as nü-metal[1] and aggro-metal[2]), is a form of alternative metal music[2] that merges elements of heavy metal[2][3] with elements of other music genres like hip hop, grunge, alternative rock and funk.[2][4][5][6][7] Korn, a band formed in 1993, is generally considered the first nu metal group.[8]

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