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Old 2002-05-27, 01:00
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i liked static-x (there first cd was ok, never heard much else). i didn't consider them real nu-metal just because they play with nu-metal bands and got stuck in that wave. they were more like techno-industrial metal. i also don't consider godsmack nu metal. more like alice in chains wannabes who can play guitar for their life.
nu metal is any band that wishes they were a real metal band but at the same time want to make millions of dollars so instead they play shit that will get them signed to major labels. i would say that all nu-metal bands have really simplistic song stuctures, but mortician's not nu metal are they? or are they?
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