Limp Bizkit In Limbo

Published: 2006-03-23
It hasn't been that long ago that the public was interested in Limp Bizkit. As one of the most popular bands riding the nu-metal wave of the late 90s into the new millennium, the rock-rap hybrid sold millions of albums worldwide. Now with lead singer Fred Durst catching the directing bug, guitarist Wes Borland fronting an entirely new band (Black Light Burns) and DJ Lethal and Sam Rivers now behind the boards as producers for other upcoming bands, the future of Limp Bizkit is officially in limbo.

The band first rose to fame with their single which was a cover of George Michael's track "Faith". Soon singles like "Nookie" and "Rollin'" followed, propelling the band to mainstream success. Just recently, the band chose not to promote or tour behind their last EP (2005's The Unquestionable Truth Pt. 1), and in result, it sold an underwhelming 88,000 copies in the United States to date.

Writer: Robert Frezza



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