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 Post subject: Re: THE NU METAL/POST-GRUNGE DEATHMATCH XTREME 2000 BY SURGE
PostPosted: Thu July 05, 2018 1:08 am 
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Thanks Jordo! I've got some fresh shit to get my mitts in to.

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Just got back from watching fireworks on the coast and I see nu matches, awesome.

Thank fuck Sepultura pulled through with the 11th hour win.


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 Post subject: Re: THE NU METAL/POST-GRUNGE DEATHMATCH XTREME 2000 BY SURGE
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You know who doesn't get enough acknowledgement for their role in influencing Nu Metal? Helmet. Everyone points to RATM and Faith No More, but I think Helmet should be in that group as well. They may not have had the hip-hop element, but they had the deep low-end and the heavy riffs, and they didn't have the usual "metal" image or posturing. Page's vocals were aggressive but workmanlike; he sounded like a dude, not a virtuoso. The songs had accessible hooks and (often) catchy choruses. They were heavier than rock but easier to "get" than metal (even though their musicianship was actually super impressive and their composition was deceptively technical). I think you can hear their echoes in a lot of Nu material - Deftones especially (who aren't shy about acknowledging as much).

Anyway. Just thinking out loud.

Oh, and thank you to whomever finally broke the Brackish/Numb tie.

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 Post subject: Re: THE NU METAL/POST-GRUNGE DEATHMATCH XTREME 2000 BY SURGE
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what about chris gaines

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 Post subject: Re: THE NU METAL/POST-GRUNGE DEATHMATCH XTREME 2000 BY SURGE
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Oh no, I think I'm starting to enjoy more than one Bizkit Boys song....what is happening to me

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Which song? I like this one. It's a (very) guilty pleasure.


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Think about it
Think about it
Whoamaa
Where you at?
C'mon
I know you feelin' it baby
I know you feelin' it
C'mon
Freak baby
Freak, freak, baby
Freak baby
Freak, freak, baby
This is how it should be done
This is how it should be done
'cuz my styyyyyyyle is identical to none.

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 Post subject: Re: THE NU METAL/POST-GRUNGE DEATHMATCH XTREME 2000 BY SURGE
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This is probably my "favorite" Limp Bizkit song


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 Post subject: Re: THE NU METAL/POST-GRUNGE DEATHMATCH XTREME 2000 BY SURGE
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LoathedVermin72 wrote:
You know who doesn't get enough acknowledgement for their role in influencing Nu Metal? Helmet. Everyone points to RATM and Faith No More, but I think Helmet should be in that group as well. They may not have had the hip-hop element, but they had the deep low-end and the heavy riffs, and they didn't have the usual "metal" image or posturing. Page's vocals were aggressive but workmanlike; he sounded like a dude, not a virtuoso. The songs had accessible hooks and (often) catchy choruses. They were heavier than rock but easier to "get" than metal (even though their musicianship was actually super impressive and their composition was deceptively technical). I think you can hear their echoes in a lot of Nu material - Deftones especially (who aren't shy about acknowledging as much).

Anyway. Just thinking out loud.

Oh, and thank you to whomever finally broke the Brackish/Numb tie.


Helmet is absolutely a band that inspired nu metal, there's a lot of early Deftones and Chevelle that reminds me of Helmet a lot. White Zombie is also a band I think had a lot of influence for nu metal.


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 Post subject: Re: THE NU METAL/POST-GRUNGE DEATHMATCH XTREME 2000 BY SURGE
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Think I’m gonna get the next matches up a little early tonight so I don’t have to do it before work tomorrow

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 Post subject: Re: THE NU METAL/POST-GRUNGE DEATHMATCH XTREME 2000 BY SURGE
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Advancing:
Breaking Benjamin - So Cold
Korn - Here to Stay
Sevendust - Praise
Puddle of Mudd - Blurry
System of a Down - Innervision
Korn - A.D.I.D.A.S.

Eliminated:
TRUSTcompany - Downfall
Limp Bizkit - My Way
Disturbed - Voices
Godsmack - Serenity
Creed - My Own Prison
Linkin Park - In the End

Next matches go up Tuesday night!

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 Post subject: Re: THE NU METAL/POST-GRUNGE DEATHMATCH XTREME 2000 BY SURGE
PostPosted: Tue July 10, 2018 3:49 am 
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Fuck, I just remembered a major omission:


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 Post subject: Re: THE NU METAL/POST-GRUNGE DEATHMATCH XTREME 2000 BY SURGE
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Start the tourney over.

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 Post subject: Re: THE NU METAL/POST-GRUNGE DEATHMATCH XTREME 2000 BY SURGE
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Never heard that song in my life.

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 Post subject: Re: THE NU METAL/POST-GRUNGE DEATHMATCH XTREME 2000 BY SURGE
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I've heard it. You could just tack it on to the end of round one. Maybe add something else.

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 Post subject: Re: THE NU METAL/POST-GRUNGE DEATHMATCH XTREME 2000 BY SURGE
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oh god thats the band that does that awful cover of Simple Man. I hate them so much.

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 Post subject: Re: THE NU METAL/POST-GRUNGE DEATHMATCH XTREME 2000 BY SURGE
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The video thumbnail is very post-grunge

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 Post subject: Re: THE NU METAL/POST-GRUNGE DEATHMATCH XTREME 2000 BY SURGE
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another one:

its not that bad.

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 Post subject: Re: THE NU METAL/POST-GRUNGE DEATHMATCH XTREME 2000 BY SURGE
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forgetting to include songs in tournaments is just another piece of this puzzle known as life


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theplatypus wrote:
Never heard that song in my life.

it was pretty ubiquitous around my parts in like 2004


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