In 2009, Limp Bizkit reunited and got to work on a new disc titled 'Gold Cobra' that would finally see the light of day in 2011.
One of their first live appearances after getting back together was a headlining spot at the annual Beale Street Music Festival held in Memphis, Tenn.
This photo shows frontman Fred Durst in a pose
Limp Bizkit's knack for silly album titles hasn't waned over the years. The band that once brought us 'Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water' will return with 'Stampede of the Disco Elephants,' their first release on the Cash Money label, confirming an album title that had been rumored in recent months.
Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland is multi-talented. The guitarist, who is also a member of Black Light Burns and who is often cited as the interesting musical mind of the Bizkit and the yin to Fred Durst's yang, is showing off his design skills and partnering with an indie metal band to do so.
Wes Borland is one busy music-making man. In addition to working on the new Limp Bizkit disc, the guitarist is trying to wrap up work on the new Black Light Burns record, four years in the making. Black Light Burns debuted their first disc titled ‘Cruel Melody’ back in 2007, and fans have been anxiously awaiting a follow up ever since.
With a new record deal with Cash Money Records under his belt, Fred Durst apparently has a new vision for the future of Limp Bizkit and that vision does not seem to include original members DJ Lethal and drummer John Otto. While no one has officially been axed from the band just yet, TMZ reports that Durst told both parties that they didn’t necessarily fit into his master plan.