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The New Wave of American Heavy Metal (abbreviated as NWOAHM or NWoAHM) is a movement in heavy metal music that originated in the United States during the mid to late 1990s. The term NWOAHM is a reference to the New Wave of British Heavy Metal movement of the 1980s. Although the term is used by the Rock media with increasing frequency, the definition has not been finished completely. NWOAHM is credited by some with bringing heavy metal back into the… read more

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  • Avatar for Ispacemanl
    and in addition, almost all of the bands suck.
  • Avatar for Ispacemanl
    This is one of the dumbest genre names I've ever seen. It's just a random combination of genres that already existed.
  • Avatar for forgetmenot
    Haven't these bands been around for like 10 years? And yet I just heard of this tag 2 seconds ago.
  • Avatar for UPHmusic
    Anyone here an Avenged Sevenfold, Bullet for my Valentine, Trivium, Black Tide, Three Days Grace, or any other Hard Rock/Metal fan? Check us out!!! Listen to our title track from our debut EP "Bridges to Nowhere" for FREE at this link http://soundcloud.com/unparalleled-height/bridges-to-nowhere We promise you will love it!
  • Avatar for exoline
    nice !
  • Avatar for ThatsAwesomeBro
    lol why you mad bro?
  • Avatar for cosmoretro
    v derpderpwikipediaderpderp.
  • Avatar for spideralex90
    Metalcore is one of the genre included under the new wave of american heavy metal. See:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Wave_of_American_Heavy_Metal
  • Avatar for xsykox1996x
    It's funny, these bands get their own "wave", but majority of them suck.
  • Avatar for staind25
    Not sure how KSE, Avenged Sevenfold, and All That Remains fit in this category...but Chimaira, LoG, and DevilDriver definitely do. In my opinion, KSE and All That Remains are much closer to metalcore...Avenged Sevenfold is too, but they have a few more elements than just metalcore I think.

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