Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst Shows Off His New Look During Chicago, IL Show, Band Teases New Song As Part Of Their Outro Music

Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst recently went viral after sharing his new look on social media and now he has officially debuted the style during the band’s July 29 show at The Metro in Chicago, IL. You can see some footage from that show below. Notably, the group also teased a new song during the outro music for the concert. Footage of that is available below as well.

[via The PRP]

Serj Tankian (System Of A Down) Teases New Song “Cyber Criminal”

Serj Tankian (System Of A Down) has shared a teaser for his new song “Cyber Criminal.” The track will appear on the frontman’s next release “Cinematique,” which will be available on August 6. That effort will feature 25 cinematic compositions and it will be split into two parts, with one being classical compositions (“Illuminate”) and one being modern compositions (“Violent Violins”).

Bullet For My Valentine Tease New Song “Parasite”

Bullet For My Valentine have shared a teaser for their new song “Parasite.” The full track will be released on July 23 and it will also appear the band’s new self-titled album (out October 22).

Former (hed)p.e. Members To Release New Song “Revolution By A Different Name” This Month

Former (hed)p.e. members Kenny Da Finga, Mark “Mawk” Young, Doug “DJ Product © 1969” Boyce, Jackson Benge, and Anthony “Tiny Bubz” Biuso will be releasing a new song titled “Revolution By A Different Name” on July 30. The track, which also features Last In Line‘s Andrew Freeman, was produced by Bob Varo and Mawk had the following to say about it:

“It’s pretty rad how Kenny got an entire hed musician lineup on a track. No one else has accomplished that in 20 years!”

Origin Of The Devil Horns To Be Explored In New Episode Of “Music’s Greatest Mysteries”

Metalheads have long argued about who invented the iconic devil horns gesture and now AXS TV will be exploring its origins in a new episode of “Music’s Greatest Mysteries.” That show will premiere on July 14 and a trailer for it can be found below:

Watch First Trailer For HBO’s “Woodstock ‘99: Peace, Love, And Rage” Documentary

The first trailer has been shared for HBO’s new documentary on the infamous Woodstock ’99 festival. The film, which is titled “Woodstock ‘99: Peace, Love, And Rage,” will be released on July 23 as part of HBO‘s new “Music Box” series. Woodstock ’99 was held in Rome, NY back in July 1999 and it ended up turning into a disaster. The conditions for the crowd were poor and things turned destructive during Limp Bizkit‘s set, before fires and riots broke out during Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ set. Multiple cases of sexual assault were also reported.