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List of Funk Rock Bands

The following is a list of funk rock bands. This list includes bands which have directly played within the funk rock genre, as well as bands which have played within its subgenre, funk metal. It also includes bands described as metal funk, thrash funk or funkcore (synonymous with funk metal), as well as bands described as punk-funk (synonymous with both genres).[1]

Artists

See also

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