“Why stick to one genre when you can slay them    all at once” 

                                            — AFROPUNK

 

 

 

 

We Are Band Nerds

We Are Band Nerds (WABN) is a six-piece Nu Metal band representing Dallas, Texas. They are 
literally what today’s landscape of present-day music, has been longing for. 


The self-proclaimed “Leaders of the Nu School” have taken a contemporary approach to a 
classic genre, with their energetic stage presence and a raw no-holds-barred sound. 

 

WRBN Released their hard- hitting hit single, Zombie in 2016 which has currently amassed over  
350,000+ views on YouTube. Their debut album, Forget Me Not's, originally released February  
2018, features the singles: Whore, Savage, and Fade Away. 

 

According to We Are Band Nerds, the album is, “A reflection of where we are at the moment. It 
is a glimpse into our personal lives and the evolution of our music.” 


Not only has We Are Band Nerds appeared at the culture-defining, world-wide celebrated, Afro 
Punk Music Festival; they’ve also facilitated an exclusive opportunity to perform at the 
legendary, ShipRocked Music Festival/Cruise where bands and guests are known to “rock hard 
& vacation harder.” 


Often described by their fans as, “Deftones meets Outkast,” We Are Band Nerds are actually 
influenced by an eclectic and multi-genre’d plethora of music. Not only are they inspired by, but 
they have also shared the stage with artists such as: Halestorm, Asking Alexandria, Of Mice and 
Men, Hellyeah, Living Colour, Alter Bridge, Black Stone Cherry, Beartooth & Badflower. 


The brilliance of We Are Band Nerds is that, not only are they incredibly talented with an 
audience-enticing live performance; they are also compassionate, inspirational & committed to 
providing relatable, motivational commentary on life and the American Dream.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I can tell they are more technically proficient than other guys in metal that rap. ”

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