It turns out Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst is a film director. Who knew? Below, check out a short film, The Truth, which was directed by Durst, who also stars as Evan Jealous, a motivational speaker/spiritual leader who enjoys hitting people with chairs.
Black Light Burns, the Los Angeles-based quartet fronted by Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland, released their sophomore album, The Moment You Realize You’re Going to Fall August 13 via Rocket Science/THC Records. Amid preparation for a fall tour with Psychostick and The Witch Was Right, Borland sat down to discuss the new album, gear, sonic experimentation and a lot more.
In the media-happy world the Internet has created, most musicians are fairly careful about what they say in the public forum, especially towards other bands. It's not that all bands get along and all musicians truly respect one another, but it's just much easier to not air that kind of dirty laundry in public.
Seemingly against all odds, Limp Bizkit have been everywhere in the music news these past few weeks after signing with hip-hop label Cash Money Records and announcing the impending release of a new song with Lil Wayne.
Limp Bizkit singer Fred Durst has singed a deal with CBS TV Studios to star in -- and produce -- a sitcom called "Douchebag." The show will be written by Matthew Carlson, whose past masterpieces include episodes of "Malcolm In The Middle," "The Wonder Years" and "Mr. Sunshine."