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Bizkit To Limp Again

11:02 AM Thursday 2/12/09 | |

Limp Bizkit fans have something to shout about. The original lineup is back promising a new album and a tour.

  • Limp Bizkit

    The Summer Sanitarium Tour hits Atlanta's Turner Field where fans enjoy some Limp Bizkit with Fred Durst.
    July 11, 2003

    (Robb D. Cohen / Retna Ltd.)

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Yes, Fred Durst, Wes Borland, Sam Rivers, John Otto and DJ Lethal may be coming to your town. Although dates have yet to be announced, the band says it will kick things off this spring in Europe.

“We decided we were more disgusted and bored with the state of heavy popular music than we were with each other,” Durst and Borland said in a statement. “Regardless of where our separate paths have taken us, we recognize there is a powerful and unique energy with this particular group of people we have not found anywhere else. This is why Limp Bizkit is back.”

Right now the game plan for the Limp Bizkit World Tour is for the boys to play the European festival circuit, and select dates in countries where the band has never appeared before, including Russia, Ukraine and Baltic countries.

The new album, as yet untitled, will be the original lineup’s first new release since 2000.


Comments

  1. Studebaker Hawk wrote:

    08:05 PM, Feb 14, 2009

    HERE'S THE NAIL IN FRED DURST'S COFFIN-HE CAN'T SING TO SAVE HIS LIFE!JUST HEARING 'BEHIND BLUE EYES' SAYS IT ALL.ITS SAD TO THINK METALLICA TOURED WITH THEM AS ITS SAD THE CHILI PEPPERS TOURED WITH SNOOP DOG.ITS ESPECIALLY SAD THESE FOOLISH KIDS HAVE BEEN FED ALL THIS CRUDDY MUSIC AND ITS MUTATED THEIR MINDS UNWHOLESOMELY.ITS GEARED AT GANGMEMBERS(SHEEP) IN THE SLAMMER WITHOUT A LIFE OR BRAIN.

  2. krbinc wrote:

    10:09 AM, Feb 14, 2009

    GOTS TO GO SEE LIMP BIZKIT!  THEY'RE LIVE SHOWS IS THE BOMB!!  CAN'T WAIT TO BUY A SHIRT TOO!!!

  3. krbinc wrote:

    10:08 AM, Feb 14, 2009

    GOTS TO GO SEE LIMP BIZKIT!  THEY'RE LIVE SHOWS IS THE BOMB!!  CAN'T WAIT TO BUY A SHIRT TOO!!!

  4. Bucky D. Hellkatt wrote:

    12:21 AM, Feb 14, 2009

    iz confused.

    how can limp bizkit be limp again? weren't they always?

  5. Heavy Metal Infant wrote:

    01:14 PM, Feb 12, 2009

    Scout: The worst thing is that they were so INFLUENTIAL and horrible. They spawned so many awful clones that they're partially responsible for this awful state of heavy music they're moaning about.

  6. Scout wrote:

    12:55 PM, Feb 12, 2009

    "“We decided we were more disgusted and bored with the state of heavy popular music than we were with each other,” Durst and Borland said in a statement. "

    Does he not remember how TERRIBLE they themselves were?



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