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.
Don't blink or you might miss something! Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst shared a 14-second video of guitarist Wes Borland riffing on his guitar. It's incredibly short but it's also an organic look at the band as it works on new material for its forthcoming debut for Cash Money after a long career on Interscope. It's the right label digs for the band, since Durst and co. have been meshing rap and rock seamlessly for years. The formula has served the Bizkit well.
Going to be in the neighborhood of Dessel, Belgium, this June? Then you'd be a fool to miss out on the incredible lineup that the 2012 Graspop Metal Meeting has put together. Newly announced acts such as Slash, Black Label Society and Limp Bizkit join Ozzy Osbourne & Friends, Guns N' Roses, Motorhead and Slayer on the festival's power-packed lineup.
Nu-metal act Limp Bizkit have just signed to Cash Money Records -- the home of successful hip-hip acts such as Busta Rhymes, Nicki Minaj and Lil' Wayne. Having focused strictly on hip-hop for the last 20 years, Cash Money Records are taking a chance on Fred Durst and company for the band's next album.
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Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst promised fans that he'd have "huge news" about the band this month, and just in the nick of time, he's lived up to his word: According to an announcement released today, he and his bandmates will be entering 2012 ready to continue their "true rock and roll journey" without a record label.