1.Lifer was a five piece nu metal band originating from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania from 1999 until 2001. The band consisted of vocalist Nick Coyle, guitarist Aaron Fink, bassist Mark Klepaski, drummer Chris Lightcap and turntabler Tony Kruszka. During their active years, they were signed to Universal Records. Under this label they released a self-titled album in 2001. After their first and only CD, the group disbanded later in 2001. Aaron Fink and fellow band member Mark Klepaski went on and joined the now popular alternative metal group Breaking Benjamin.
(hÉ™d) P.E. a.k.a. (hed) Planet Earth is a rapcore band from Huntington Beach, California. They fuse punk energy with hip hop lyrics and instrumentation to form a sound they call “G-punk” (A combination of G-Funk and Punk). They have also been known to experiment with various other musical genres, such as reggae. History:
(hÉ™d) p.e. was formed in 1994 by African-American / Brazilian-American MC Jahred Shane and lead guitarist Wesstyle, both of whom saw each other in attendance at many of the same shows in the Los Angeles and Southern Californian underground scene.
ANGHER was basically a one man project started by cellist/guitarist Greg Korniluk shortly after he was invited to record/guest on the Apocalyptica album "Reflections". His goal was to create his own brand of cello fused metal. Something drove Greg to find a way to incorporate such a powerful (and unlikely) instrument with guitar, which would force a fresh element into the somewhat stagnant scene. By late 2004 he had done just that, and Greg began writing what would become "Hidden Truth", ANGHER'S debut album.
1/ Endo were a four-piece nu metal/hard rock music group from Miami, Florida. The band formed in 1995 with Lou Orenstein, Diego Ponsa, Reggie Barret, and Gil Bitton. A local production company, "Concrete Management", signed the band in the late 90's, where they opened for such bands as the Foo Fighters and Static-X. They were later signed to DV8/Columbia Records, and released two major albums in Evolve (2001) and Songs for the Restless (2003). The group also appeared at the Ozzfest Tour in 2003.
There are more than one band thats called Underdogs. 1) The 60's garage/punk band Underdogs recorded the song "Love's Gone Bad", which is on the Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era, 1965-1968 box set (1998) and on volume six of the Nuggets LP series of the 198O's 2) UnDeRdOgS come from Silesia, Poland and they play music you can call nu-metal/rapcore. The band was formed in late 2005. Members include Jism (vocals), Wołek(bass), Marek Rynkiewicz (guitars), Marek Kiełbusiewicz (drums) and DJ Shwanz (turntables).
EAT YOU ALIVE is a alternative metal band from Nagoya, Japan. Originally named as ＭａｖｅＲｉｃｋ, the group began to perform under the name EAT YOU ALIVE on June 8th, 2008. Since the band's name change, both the music and the image of the band have evolved away from the conventional visual kei style. Their new sound and appearance, resembling western nu metal bands, make EAT YOU ALIVE a distinctive band in the visual kei scene. Band Members:
ヒロ (Hiro) - Vocalist (ex. ＭａｖｅＲｉｃｋ)
亮平 (Ryouhei) - Guitarist (ex. ＭａｖｅＲｉｃｋ)
Korn, occasionally typeset as KoRn or KoЯn, is a nu-metal band from Bakersfield, California, and is often credited with popularizing the nu-metal genre. Along with other bands at the time, they have also inspired many other metal and alternative rock and metal bands throughout the mid 1990s and early 2000s. The band's catalog consists of nine consecutive debuts in the top ten of the Billboard 200, including a compilation album, Greatest Hits Vol.
There are 2 bands by this name: 1. Drowning Pool is a heavy metal/nu metal band from Dallas, Texas formed in 1997 that rose to prominence while playing along with Ozzy Osbourne during Ozzfest. Their 2001 debut album, Sinner, was certified platinum within six months and the video for its first single "Bodies" was frequently aired on various music video channels. After the September 11th attacks the song "Bodies" was infrequently heard on many radio stations due to the sensitivity of those families' loved ones who jumped from the towers.