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Fred Durst says the reason Limp Bizkit isn't around is because you don't love Limp Bizkit enough

At the height of their popularity, Limp Bizkit rarely did anything understated. Remember when they charged through Times Square with an army of “Bizkettes” in honor of a single called “Nookie”? Yeah, that happened.

But you can only hold a bomb so long before it explodes — or at least it weakens to the point of being sort of invisible. That’s the current state of Limp Bizkit, and while they remain a band, you probably won’t be seeing them any time soon.

In a conversation with UK metal magazine¬†Kerrang!, Bizkit frontman Fred Durst admitted that there’s little demand for the group in their home nation. READ FULL STORY

Fred Durst did it all for the karaoke: Watch him perform his own song 'Nookie' at a bar

Did you know that Limp Bizkit put out their big comeback album in 2011? It’s true! It was called Gold Cobra and had a single called “Shotgun” that EW wasn’t particularly fond of.

The band hadn’t released an album in six years, and it was supposed to be the triumphant return for a group who, for better or for worse, set the tone for mainstream rock at the turn of the century.

Gold Cobra didn’t return Limp Bizkit to the days of red hats and arson, and if you need an apt metaphor for its failure, you need look no further than frontman Fred Durst’s visit to Rock & Reilly’s in Los Angeles on Monday night, where he got on the microphone and did a beatbox-assisted karaoke version of “Nookie,” his band’s signature hit from 1999’s Significant Other. Take a look below. READ FULL STORY

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