In addition to his career as a musician, Fred Durst has also ventured into TV projects over the past few years. Now, according to TV Guide, the Limp Bizkit frontman will develop a one-hour TV drama called 'The Noise' for The CW. The show will be based on his real-life experiences.
The Monster Energy Welcome to Rockville festival returns to Jacksonville, Fla., for its third year with a hard-rocking lineup headlined by Alice in Chains and hometown heroes Limp Bizkit. The festival has expanded to two days -- April 27 and 28 at Jacksonville's Metropolitan Park along the St. Johns River.
Limp Bizkit are back with a new song, 'Lightz (City of Angels),' which surfaced online over the weekend. A music video for the song had appeared on YouTube but was since taken down. However, you can still listen to the tune below.
Limp Bizkit's next stage of their career has had a few stops and starts, and things are ready to start up again next month. Singer Fred Durst revealed via Twitter that things are coming along with the wealth of material that may end up being one or potentially two records. Plus, there's a new single and video for a track called 'Pain' that may be arriving soon.
In the first part of our chat with Wes Borland, he unveiled all the details on his side project Black Light Burns. With a new album that just hit store shelves and a tour on the horizon with this band, many would think Borland wouldn’t be able to put anything else on his plate.
Given some of the lineup and representation changes for Limp Bizkit over the past year, it’s somewhat of a given that their future direction is more up in the air than ever. But guitarist Wes Borland has given a few clues as to what listeners might expect when they do return.
It’s no surprise Twitter has been an outlet for musicians to express their thoughts and directly communicate with their fans. So, when Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland let some of his tweeting out, he had some candid words to say via Twitter about former bandmate DJ Lethal.
When you think of Limp Bizkit, several classifications come to mind -- we're guessing none of them are "heavy metal band." In a recent conversation about the future of the Bizkit, outspoken frontman Fred Durst revealed some huge expectations for their next release.
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