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11.26.20 Best nu metal

Underrated albums

Feel free to say some of your own. These are some albums that over the years never really got as much appreciation as they deserve.
1Trust Company
The Lonely Position of Neutral

Nostalgic, atmospheric, moody, and heavy. Nu metal mixed with post-grunge with punk influence.
2Trading Yesterday
More Than This

Honestly a beautiful alt-rock album.
3Brandon Heath
Don't Get Too Comfortable

Yeah its CCM, I understand why you'd wanna pass that up, but this is actually pretty solid. Really nice and laid back sound. Lyrics are occasionally hand fisted, but no where near other CCM. Maybe not the greatest tunes of all time by any means, but its a very endearing album and a all around pleasant experience. The songs lyrics feel varied from most CCM, as this album focuses on more lover relationships and human connection than actual religious ones.
I mean, god this album is so forgotten its album name on here isn't even right. Lol.

An extremely obscure album, but ironically some of the best of nu metal despite it. Very creative and nostalgic. Pretty heavy sometimes too.

Super well made nu metal with good hip-hop. Limp Bizkit but listenable.

Honestly this album is better than most of their discography. Definitely better than Ohms too.
7Thousand Foot Krutch

This band gets crapped on a lot, but this album is legitimately solid.

This is shockingly really good. I feel like its popular, but idk, it feels a little overlooked.
Love Liberty Disco

I can understand why you wouldn't like these guys, they're EXTREMELY cheesy, and their lyrics can be incredibly hand-fisted...but I dunno, I kinda like that about them. They believe what they believe and they don't really care. They embrace the cheese head on and make some funky songs, some of which actually kinda slap. I respect that. I'll take cheesy lyrics over godawful ones like Limp Bizkit -- Nookie any day.
This album tones down the cheese a little bit in favor of a more classical sound, and some songs like Everybody's Someone legitimately sound great.

A much cheesier album than LLD, but not always. Live in Stereo, Million Pieces, and Thrive all sound pretty good. This album is a lot of fun if you approach it the right way, and these guys know how to make good melodies.
"bUt tHe LyRICs aRe sO DuMB On (insert track here)!!!" Yeah that's the point. Just give it a chance.
Dirty Sexy Knights in Paris

Honestly a pretty great grunge-y /alt metal album. A little by the numbers at times though.
Humanity Vol. I

So this isn't the right album. Their album Polarity is a remixed version of all four parts of this, and honestly it is some of the most beautiful electronica I've ever heard.
This album is cool too. Combines metal with electronics pretty well.
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