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.
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 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.
Limp Bizkit’s latest release, 2011’s ‘Gold Cobra,’ shows the guys are back in the metallic game, bringing hip-hop-infused hard rock songs that are as forceful and infections as ever. Considering Limp Bizkit’s heavy sound and delivery, it seems odd that guitarist Wes Borland is a fan of opera. But, apparently, he’s a major opera-goer.