Limp Bizkit's Wes Borland took some time to show his Jackson King V to Music Radar. When a representative from Jackson called Borland and told him about some guitars he might want to check out, Borland jumped at the chance. When they opened up what they thought was a reverse Jackson King V, they discovered that it was actually a left-handed guitar. Even though Borland is right-handed, the always-quirky axeman was not discouraged.
Fred Durst's nascent career as a director still hasn't taken full flight in the feature film world, even though he did an admirable job with the 2007 feature 'The Education of Charlie Banks.' However, directing remains an element of Durst's creative vocabulary, as he's behind the camera for Limp Bizkit's new NSFW video 'Ready to Go.'
Want to hear "Ready to Go," the new collaboration between nu-metallers Limp Bizkit and rap icon Lil Wayne? Well you can listen to it all its revelry and glory below. Everything Weezy touches turns to gold, and he eve
Producer Ross Robinson is somehow a part of the new Limp Bizkit album. Frontman and Limp guru Fred Durst posted video footage that seems to confirm that fact. There's Robinson offering a maniacal smile. There's recording equipment. There's a portrait of cats serving a dinner
Wes Borland has always been the entity within Limp Bizkit that elevated the band to a higher plane. He was the reserved, bookish yin to Fred Durst's mookish, street-talkin' yang and that dynamic helped
Thought you'd seen the last of Limp Bizkit? Think again. In a Twitter post yesterday, guitarist Wes Borland denied that the seminal nu-metal outfit is breaking up, despite what singer Fred Durst implied in a recent interview.
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