This looks wild.
We sh*t you not.
Can’t keep rollin’ forever.
The Limp Bizkit frontman will not be Rollin’ into Kiev anytime soon.
Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst says he has “a strong feeling” that Guns N’ Roses will soon reunite for a comeback tour featuring both frontman Axl Rose and former guitarist Slash. Speaking with TMZ in the video below, Durst is quizzed over whether or not he thinks Guns N’ Roses will settle their differences to
News organisation The Associated Press has issued a correction for an article that mixed up murder suspect and subject of HBO documentary miniseries The Jinx Robert Durst with Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst. The error was printed in the AP’s “California 10th NewsMinute” which was sent to users of the organisation’s state news wire on
Soundwave chief AJ Maddah has commented that the release of the much talked about Soundwave Documentary, made by Slipknot’s Corey Taylor and Shawn Crahan, is being held up by Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst. The documentary was made at Soundwave 2012, by the Slipknot percussionist and frontman, and was supposed to be gifted to punters who
Though he was once the foul-mouthed, red-baseball-cap-wearing bad boy of the early-2000s nu-metal movement who did it all for the nookie, Fred Durst is now making a run at being something of a 21st Century Nora Ephron. He’s directed a rather cutesy new ad for the dating site eHarmony. In the ad, eHarmony founder Dr
Though best known as the frontman of nu-metal vanguards Limp Bizkit, in recent years Fred Durst has shown himself to be as skilful behind the camera as he is on the mic. And shucking himself of his iconic red cap in his latest work The Truth, Durst proves himself a rather adept comedic actor. Speaking
Speaking recently to US hip-hop station Hot 97, Australian rapper Iggy Azalea revealed that she was forced to give up crowd surfing during her concerts due to inappropriate conduct from her fans. “Buying my album doesn’t mean you get to finger me when I come to your city,” she said. “I will get lurk tweets
Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst is reportedly developing a one-hour drama for American television network, the CW, based on his own life. The one-hour project is titled The Noise and will chronicle the rise to fame of a young frontman in the 90s. Much like Durst himself, the protagonist of The Noise escapes an unstable