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.
Recently the line between mainstream and underground has been getting thinner and thinner. Artists like Tech N9ne, Insane Clown Posse, and The Kottonmouth Kings storm the charts with every release having little to no TV and radio support, simply with the love of their loyal fan base. I am guessing this love is what artist Saigon was looking for when he signed with independent record label Suburban Noize for his new release “The Greatest Story Never Told.”