They say time heals all wounds, but not enough time has passed for DJ Lethal to let his ousting from Limp Bizkit go. While tweeting back and forth with some of his followers, Lethal let loose with a number of barbs against his former mates.
Limp Bizkit's next stage of their career has had a few stops and starts, and things are ready to start up again next month. Singer Fred Durst revealed via Twitter that things are coming along with the wealth of material that may end up being one or potentially two records. Plus, there's a new single and video for a track called 'Pain' that may be arriving soon.
Fred Durst isn't just dipping his toes in the Cash Money pool, he's doing a full on swan dive right in. The Limp Bizkit singer has lent his skills to a new single called 'Champions' by Kevin Rudolf, a pop star on the Cash Money label.
After recent comments from Limp Bizkit singer Fred Durst about the band’s current status in the U.S., the idea of a tour seemed like a fleeting one. Durst referred to his band as “a moment in time” saying it was “over” but a new tweet from the frontman seems to suggest something different.
In the first part of our chat with Wes Borland, he unveiled all the details on his side project Black Light Burns. With a new album that just hit store shelves and a tour on the horizon with this band, many would think Borland wouldn't be able to put anything else on his plate.
Among the many celebrities that attended WWE's 'Summerslam' on Aug. 19, was Limp Bizkit vocalist Fred Durst. As the camera panned to Durst during the live pay-per-view event, the nu-metal musician scrunched up his face and raised a middle finger to the camera that was broadcast into the homes of millions of wrestling fans. Rumor quickly spread that Durst was kicked out of 'Summerslam' after flipping the bird, but the non-backwards-hatted Durst has just claimed that the reason he left his seat was to go backstage and offer an apology.
Wes Borland might be one of the most mysterious guitarists around. Just when you think you've got your head wrapped around his style, he goes and does something you never could have expected. With his band Black Light Burns' latest album, 'The Moment You Realize You're Going to Fall,' Borland takes his music - and fans - to a whole new level of musical experimentation.
Limp Bizkit have done plenty of touring in recent years, but it's been noticeable that the group haven't played very much in the United States. Singer Fred Durst tells Kerrang! that a good reason for that was the band realizing that American audiences had moved on.
Given some of the lineup and representation changes for Limp Bizkit over the past year, it's somewhat of a given that their future direction is more up in the air than ever. But guitarist Wes Borland has given a few clues as to what listeners might expect when they do return.
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