Who was the better nu-metal band of the '90s - Korn or Limp Bizkit? That's the debate that the center of this week's Chuck's Fight Club on Loudwire Nights!

When it comes to nu-metal, it doesn't get any bigger than Korn and Limp Bizkit. One band is often credited with pioneering the genre while the other is often associated with the genre's peak pop culture moments.

Korn have remained consistent as one of hard rock and metal's top bands over the last three decades, generating such standout tracks as "Blind," "Got the Life," "Falling Away From Me" and "Freak on a Leash" among others.

Limp Bizkit had a shorter initial span of popularity, but were on top of the game with hits such as "Nookie," "Rollin'," "Break Stuff," "Take a Look Around" and "My Way."

Chuck will introduce the battle on tonight's Loudwire Nights, then break down the argument for Limp Bizkit on Tuesday and Korn on Wednesday during the 8PM hours. You'll have all week to register your ranking on each band's career, and the winner will be revealed during a block featuring their music on Friday's Loudwire Nights airing.

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Every 'Big 4' Nu-Metal Album, Ranked From Worst to Best

Between Korn, Limp Bizkit, Linkin Park and System of a Down — indeed, the "Big 4" bands of nu-metal — how do all their albums stack up when ranked together? It's no walk in the park pitting these discographies against each other. Read below to see every album by nu-metal's "Big 4," ranked from worst to best.

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