"they have breathed some new life into the dusty static tones of Nu-Metal with their own take on this cross of genres"
Forget Me Nots Review- loud-stuff.com
We Are Band Nerds
We Are Band Nerds (WRBN) is a six-piece Nu Metal band representing Dallas, Texas. The self-
proclaimed “leaders of the Nu school” have taken a modern day approach to a classic genre,
with their energetic stage presence, genre-bending style, and a raw no-holds-barred sound to
Not only is this band an authentic breath of fresh air, they are literally the unadulterated visceral
truth that today’s landscape of modern-day music, has been longing for.
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
WRBN Released their hard- hitting hit single, Zombie in 2016 which has currently amassed over
325,000+ views on YouTube.
Their effortlessly fluid combination of cypher-worthy bars and melodic hooks, sprinkled over
hard hitting rock riffs, have helped the band net appearances at the culture-defining, world-wide
celebrated Afro Punk Music Festival.
It has also facilitated an exclusive opportunity for WRBN to perform at the
legendary, ShipRocked Cruise where bands and guests are well-known to “rock hard & vacation
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: Hed PE, Alien Ant Farm, Dope, Motorgrater,
Rittz, Fire From The Gods, DangerKids, Halestorm, Asking Alexandria, DED, Living Colour,
Hyro The Hero, and Of Mice and Men.
The, We Are Band Nerds sound, but more specifically, their lyrics are known to tackle the real-
life socio-economic, cultural and sometimes political perspectives of poor & middle-class
minorities. Examining the effects of relationships, racism, and poverty is a symbiotic musical
exploration that this band enthusiastically welcomes.
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.