In what might be a prime example of really, really awful ideas, country musician Billy Ray Cyrus performed his new single “Lately” on The Arsenio Hall Show and was joined onstage by Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst. Durst comes out spewing the most off-key, nonsensical rapping I’ve heard in a while and it honestly blows my mind that the audience didn’t go all Jerry Springer on the act and begin whipping their chairs at the stage. It really is a terrible performance and a terrible song overall.
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So, Limp Bizkit is back with a new music video for their new song “Ready To Go”. The song comes from the band’s upcoming album Stampede Of The Disco Elements, which will be released this fall (most likely in September). The video features the band in various performance settings, from a garage to mid-size clubs to full scale arenas. Intermingled within are shots of the band preparing for stage (seeing guitarist Wes Borland do his thing is actually pretty cool) as well as completely absurd and mind boggling shots of other various activities (such as a mom push her baby carriage out of the way so as to tear off her coat and reveal her bikini-clad body, a woman suggestively slurping water from a hose while a leaf blower (Mr. Disgusting’s favorite kind of person) masturbates his blower (not a pun), and more). Oh, and Lil Wayne has his guest appearance wearing a hat that still has its tags on. Perhaps he’s going to return it after the video? Anyways, it’s all available to see below. READ MORE
Rap nu-metal band Limp Bizkit, the greatest group of musicians that has ever walked amongst us mere mortals, has made a post on their Facebook page that features supposed lyrics from a track off the band’s upcoming album Stampede Of The Disco Elements. The followup to 2011′s Gold Cobra, SOTDE will continue the band’s legacy of brilliant songwriting and lyrical poetry, all held together by the operatic, engaging, 14-octave voice of Fred Durst.
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After a big public feud via Twitter, DJ Lethal and Fred Durst have reconciled and Lethal is back in Limp Bizkit. Taking to Twitter, Lethal apologized and offered explanations for his behavior earlier this year, stating, “I want to clear the air about limp bizkit. I have had some personal issues over the last few years that have led to some outbursts. [A] lot of the things I said about the band and fred was out of pain and anger. None of which I really meant deep down inside.” Below is a full transcription of the tweets that explain the situation.
Also via Twitter, Lethal mentioned that the band would be entering the studio to began recording the new Limp Bizkit album today (Monday, Oct. 15th). This will be the follow-up to 2011′s Gold Cobra (review). READ MORE
The Japanese, lucky people that they are, are going to be getting a deluxe edition of Limp Bizkit‘s Gold Cobra (review here), which will feature extra tracks, including the Mathematics produced Combat Jazz featuring Raekwon. No joke, it’s pretty good stuff. As Some Kind Of Awesome put it, it’s got a very Wu-Tang feel about it. Check it out after the jump and let me know your thoughts! READ MORE
There are a handful of bands that incite such a violent reaction as Limp Bizkit. There’s Nickelback, Insane Clown Posse, U2 and that’s all I can really think of off the top of my head. These bands are generally reviled or mocked endlessly and, for some reason, are wildly successful. Nickelback consistently puts out platinum selling albums, ICP continues to somehow afford the ability to make movies and U2 manages to put out the same sounding album over and over again with great success. As for Limp Bizkit, people mock the ever-living hell out of them and they laugh it off all the way to the bank. So, how does the band fare on Gold Cobra, their latest endeavor? Well, check out after the jump for the answer.
There is less than a week left before Limp Bizkit‘s Gold Cobra hits shelves and the guys want to pump you up by releasing a video for the title track! You can check it out after the jump and keep your eyes peeled for an official BD review!
The release date for Limp Bizkit‘s Gold Cobra is just around the corner. As if a new Limp Bizkit album with the original line-up isn’t building anticipation enough, the guys have released a Soundcloud player that has snippets of every song on the album. Check it out after the jump and enjoy!
With Limp Bizkit‘s Gold Cobra coming out in just a few weeks (June 28th), the band has announced three different editions of the album that you can choose from. The album will come in several configurations. The standard release will feature 13 new songs while the Deluxe Edition (available digitally only) will feature 16 new songs. Additionally, fans can purchase a physical CD that has 17 original songs exclusively at Best Buy. Check after the jump for the track list of each edition.
Durst says, “We’ve come full circle to absolutely own who we are as a band, an undisputed five piece rap rock powerhouse who crushes every stage we play.”
Limp Bizkit‘s Gold Cobra is officially slated for a June 28th release date. It’s been a long time coming, but I’m personally really excited to hear it, especially since Wes is on the record. So, to give you a taste of the new material, after the jump is a new track entitled Why Try. Check it out and let us know what you think!
So, Fred Durst hit Twitter again and spilled the beans about the official release date for Limp Bizkit‘s upcoming album ‘Gold Cobra’. Apparently, we can expect it to come out June 7th, though again, I’ll believe it when I see it. Hopefully they got pissed when they recorded the album and it’s fully of songs of the heavy persuasion.
Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst snuck in via Twitter a tentative release date of June 7th for the new LB album, ‘Gold Cobra’. I’m somewhat skeptical, but if it’s true, then I’m pretty eager to hear the new stuff. Let’s be honest guys, the music of Limp Bizkit is actually pretty sweet. Don’t believe me? Just listen to Boiler, that song kicks ass! Plus, Wes Borland is a huge horror fan, so it’s always cool to support someone in the community.
Fred Durst recently announced on Twitter that ‘Gold Cobra’, the latest Limp Bizkit record should be finished ready to press by the end of the month. What do you think? Will this record ever see the light of day or do we have another ‘Chinese Democracy’ on our hands?
‘Time Bomb’, the brand new video from Tommy Lee and his Methods Of Mayhem will make its premiere tonight, Tuesday, September 7th, on NBC’s Extra! Tune in at 7:00PM in New York City and Los Angeles, check local listings for times in other cities. The video features Tommy Lee starring in numerous fast-paced vignettes coupled with futuristic visual effects and is a stunning optical companion to the ferociously catchy song. Log on to www.extratv.com or www.tommylee.tv after 7:30PM, EST/4:30PM, PST to view the video in its entirety. ’Time Bomb’ is currently heating up at radio at the Active and Modern Rock formats.
Methods Of Mayhem’s new album A Public Disservice Announcement will be released on Tuesday, September 21st via Roadrunner/Loud & Proud Records and features Lee collaborating with the world. Lee and his team, including producer Scott Humphrey, singer-guitarist J3 and others, wrote and recorded the songs for the album, then made the core components of each available for download on www.thepublicrecord.com to anyone who wished to add their playing or otherwise re-interpret the music however they saw fit. The song files were made available on The Public Record on October 5th, 2009. By the end of the submission period in February, 2010, the page was viewed over 1 million times and over 10,000 submissions were uploaded. Lee listened to every single submission that was uploaded, chose the best, and integrated the actual audio tracks into the album’s final cuts. Every musician whose part was used is credited and thanked on the album…and those who made the cut will find out for the first time on Tuesday, September 21st when the album is released!
Tommy Lee has rocked every continent multiple times, sold millions of records with Motley Crue and on his own, done everything a musician dreams of doing, except he’s never made a record with the entire world. The new Methods Of Mayhem album, now entitled A Public Disservice Annoucement, is set for release on September 21st and features Tommy Lee collaborating with the world. Lee commented, “When I founded Methods in 1999, the whole purpose of the band was to be all over the place. In keeping with that, this Methods isn’t anything like the last one. There’s no hip hop and there’s no roster of guest stars. This time, it’s me, my band, and the world.” Please see below for the track listing for A Public Disservice Annoucement.
Tommy Lee and his team, including producer Scott Humphrey, singer-guitarist J3 and others, wrote and recorded the songs for the new album, then made the core components of each available for download on www.thepublicrecord.com to anyone who wished to add their playing or otherwise re-interpret the music however they saw fit. Lee listened to every single submission that was uploaded, chose the best, and integrated the actual audio tracks into the album’s final cuts. Every single musician whose part was used is credited and thanked on the album.
According to Mr. Durst’s Twitter the following song titles are set, in no particular order, for Limp Bizkit’s “Gold Cobra”. From the looks of it are there are 18 tracks and the track list is as follows:
90 to 10
Brand New Meaning
Darkside of the Moon
I would love to hear everyone’s thoughts on this. Fire away! READ MORE