Limp Bizkit’s Hollywood, FL Show Was Cancelled Due To “Possible Chaos And Injuries”

Limp Bizkit‘s April 30th show at the Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, FL was apparently cancelled due to a perceived threat of “possible chaos and injuries.” The band said the following about that:

“We are so sorry. Tonight’s show cancellation was not our decision. There was a safety concern and safety comes first. The promoters told us they were concerned there could be a safety issue that could result in possible chaos and injuries resulting in the cancellation of tonight’s show. Bummer.”

Watch Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst Perform “Dad Vibes” In A Recliner

Last night (April 28), Limp Bizkit kicked off their U.S. tour in Tampa, FL and frontman Fred Durst decided to open the show by performing “Dad Vibes” in an old recliner. You can see fan-filmed footage of that and the live debuts of “Out Of Style” and “Pill Popper“ below. Fan-filmed footage of the band performing “Break Stuff” with openers Scowl, Wargasm, and $not is also available below as well.

Limp Bizkit Share “Unofficially Official” Video For “Dad Vibes”

Limp Bizkit have shared an “unofficially official” video for their song “Dad Vibes.“ The clip features members of Steel Panther and it can be seen below. The track appears on the band’s latest album “Still Sucks.”

Limp Bizkit Drummer John Otto & His Daughter Ava Among Contestants On “Come Dance With Me”

Limp Bizkit drummer John Otto and his daughter Ava are among the contestants taking part in CBS’ “Come Dance With Me” series. That competition show “features exceptionally talented young dancers from across the country who invite one untrained family member who has supported their dance dreams to be their partner.” The winners will receive $100,000.

[via The PRP]

Limp Bizkit’s Wes Borland: “I Wouldn’t Be Surprised If A New Album Is In The Works Shortly After Our 2022 Touring”

It looks like Limp Bizkit might start working on a follow-up to their 2021 album “Still Sucks” later this year. Guitarist Wes Borland told PRS the following about that:

“Now that ‘Still Sucks‘ has kind of cleared our pipes, I feel that the comradery and creativity within the group is at an all-time high. I wouldn’t be surprised if a new album is in the works shortly after our 2022 touring concludes. Anything is possible.”

Snot’s Mikey Doling Calls Out Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst For Taking $not On Tour

As previously reported, $not will be opening on select dates of Limp Bizkit’s upcoming tour. However, it now appears that Snot’s Mikey Doling has taken issue with the band’s decision to recruit the rapper due to his name.

Doling had the following to say in a since deleted Facebook video [via Blabbermouth]:

“Mikey Doling here from the real Snot. I’m making this video because there is a young rapper kid out there calling himself $not. I heard about him about a year and a half ago. [I] didn’t think nothing of it because he was in the hip-hop world, rapper — different worlds altogether. Well, now he has stepped into our lane, and I need to address it.

Limp Bizkit just posted [dates for] a new tour, and they are taking this rapper kid named $not on tour with them. And I wanted to say to Fred Durst, if you see this video, how dare you, man? You were friends with Snot. Snot loved you, man. You came onstage with us and performed. Lynn went on stage with you in Boston. And you know the incident I’m talking about. We were friends. We shared drinks, stage, music [and] all that, and all these years later you take an artist named $$not on tour with you? What the fuck is that, man? Bullshit.

So, yeah. I had to address it. That’s my two cents. And to that fake $not kid — [extends middle finger] right there, brother. There’s only one fucking Snot. Get some.”

$not has since responded as well:

Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst Debuts New Look At Mexico’s Vive Latino Festival

During Limp Bizkit’s March 19 set at the Vive Latino festival in Mexico City, Mexico, frontman Fred Durst debuted the new look he will be sporting during the band’s upcoming shows. You can find some pro-shot footage from that concert below. Here’s the setlist:

01. “Out Of Style”
02. “Dirty Rotten Bizkit”
03. “Turn It Up”
04. “Dad Vibes”
05. “Break Stuff”
06. “My Generation”
07. “Livin’ It Up”
08. “Nookie”
09. “Hot Dog”
10. “My Way”
11. “Rollin'”
12. “Take A Look Around”

[via Blabbermouth]

Limp Bizkit Announce U.S. Tour With Dying Wish, Wargasm, Etc.

Limp Bizkit have announced a spring headlining tour. Dying Wish, $not, Yung Gravy, Wargasm, and Scowl will open on select dates.

Tour Dates:

With $not, Wargasm, & Scowl:

04/28 Tampa, FL – Hard Rock Live
04/30 Hollywood, FL – Hard Rock Live
05/03 Norfolk, VA – Chartway Arena
05/04 Roanoke, VA – Berglund Center
05/06 Atlantic City, NJ – Hard Rock Casino
05/07 Wilkes-Barre, PA – Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
05/10 Lowell, MA – Tsongas Center
05/12 Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Sun Arena
05/13 New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
05/15 Baltimore, MD – Chesapeake Employers Insurance Arena

With Yung Gravy, Dying Wish, & Wargasm:

05/18 Youngstown, OH – Covelli Centre
05/19 Saginaw, MI – The Dow Event Center
05/21 Gary, IN – Hard Rock Casino
05/22 Green Bay, WI – Resch Center
05/24 Kansas City, MO – Cable Dahmer Arena
05/26 Loveland, CO – Budweiser Events Center

With Dying Wish & Wargasm:

05/28 Las Vegas, NV – The Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas
05/29 Reno, NV – Reno Events Center
05/31 Ontario, CA – Toyota Arena

Limp Bizkit’s Wes Borland To Launch New NFTs This Month

Limp Bizkit’s Wes Borland is planning to release some new NFTs this month. There will be nine pieces available on November 29 via S!NG ecosystem.

Borland recently discussed his NFTs with Currency.com:

“I wanted to make a piece of music consistent with my sketch. It was my only rule for this work. I didn’t want to show myself just as a guitar player but as a person. I wanted to show my very soul in this work.”

He also revealed that Limp Bizkit might release their own NFTs as well:

“We’re gonna do something next year as our new record [‘Still Sucks‘] is just coming out. We’re gonna play together in 2022. Vinyl is so behind, it takes a long time for them. I think we’re gonna work on NFTs and do something really special for this record.”

Borland also added the following about NFTs becoming a possible source of income for artists:

“Art NFTs are art and not an asset but an opportunity, especially to young musicians. They guarantee royalties on secondary sales for the first time as well, and that is important to me – art and music have been too much devalued in these last few years. People are so used to having music for free. Apps like Spotify don’t work for artists. Think about a middle-level band: they must have another job to support their career or produce their album. With NFTs, they’ve got the possibility to live just with their music. Finally, you get the possibility to have direct contact with your fans, and that’s great.”

[via The PRP]