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Tag Archives: Fred Durst

Interview: Wes Borland discusses Limp Bizkit’s accomplishments and blunders, his need to “restart” life

Posted by on February 1, 2015

Sometimes you have to love social media. Last week, Wes Borland guitarist made an Instagram post that came off as both humorous and bleak, insinuating the guitarist was less than happy with Limp Bizkit’s current status and plans. Numerous websites (including us) ran stories analyzing Borland’s words. However, minutes after we shared our version of […]

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Limp Bizkit streaming new song, ‘Endless Laughter’

Posted by on August 1, 2014

Oh wait, it’s called “Endless Slaughter.” Not much is known about this song, except that it’s presumably from their long in the works debut for Cash Money, Stampede of the Disco Elephants, and it’s available for free download at their website. The song pretty much crams three different songs into one, with the middle part the most […]

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Date stuff: Fred Durst directs children, elderly in first EHarmony ad

Posted by on July 21, 2014

While Limp Bizkit might not be any closer to releasing their seventh album Stampede of the Disco Elephants, Fred Durst is getting himself out there. We already knew he was directing some commercials for EHarmony, and now the first one is available for viewing. In the ad, Neil Clark Warren, eHarmony founder and CEO, is talking to […]

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Anthrax join Limp Bizkit onstage for ‘Bring the Noise’

Posted by on June 25, 2014

Is it us, or has Limp Bizkit been around long enough that they’re finally gaining cred? First Phil Anselmo hung out with Fred Durst at a festival. Just yesterday, Vice had a strangely reverent interview with Durst about his new film, The Truth. And in Hamburg, Germany yesterday, Scott Ian, Frank Bello and Joey Belladonna joined Bizkit onstage […]

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Limp Bizkit hang out with Philip Anselmo, premiere new song

Posted by on June 16, 2014

If you’re going to premiere a new song called “Endless Slaughter,” you might as well start hanging out with people that will increase your metal cred. Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst did both of those recently. On June 10th, in Haarlem, Netherlands, the band played their song, which is available at their shows via cassette, as […]

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Now Fred Durst is directing commercials for eHarmony

Posted by on May 5, 2014

Were you wondering what Fred Durst could possibly be up to lately apart from working on Limp Bizkit’s upcoming seventh studio album (don’t ask me how/why I know about that)? Probably not. Actually, a few of you are probably ready to spit acid via the comments just for mentioning him/the band. But apparently Durst has […]

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Tour Diary: Nekrogoblikon’s goblin checks in from the UK

Posted by on February 17, 2014

Nekrogoblikon is currently in the UK touring with Limp Bizkit. So we decided to ask our favorite metal goblin, John Goblikon, to share all the craziness that’s happened thus far in an exclusive tour diary.    Hello there, it’s me John Goblikon the official lead dancer of Nekrogolikon. I’m writing this on the Internet device […]

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Snot vocalist Lynn Strait died 15 years ago today

Posted by on December 11, 2013

In 1997, Geffen Records released Get Some, the debut album by Santa Barbara’s Snot. The band, a mixture of punk and nu-metal, were fronted by charismatic frontman Lynn Strait. Appearing on the Ozzfest 1998 tour helped increase their exposure both with metal fans and the musicians they toured with. The band started work on their […]

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Limp Bizkit offer free download of Ministry cover

Posted by on November 4, 2013

While they’ve been playing Ministry’s “Thieves” since as far back as Woodstock ’99, Limp Bizkit have finally laid down their version of it in the studio, and they’re offering a free download of it.. It’s actually nowhere near as bad as it could have been, mainly because Fred Durst isn’t rapping, and apparently because they’ve […]

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Fred Durst working on television show for the CW

Posted by on October 31, 2013

Fred Durst is going all out in 2013, working on a new album for Limp Bizkit, appearing on The Arsenio Hall Show and now is in works to produce a drama for the CW, based on his life as a budding rock star in the ’90s. The new one-hour show, set to be called The Noise, […]

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