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Paris Hilton and Limp Bizkit are on the same label


Cash Money Records is a hip-hop label, yo. Wesside. Lil’ Wayne, for instance, is signed there. And say what you will about him as a rapper, but he kills this guitar solo. His thumb picking lead guitar work has influenced thousands of Down Syndrome kids around the world.

Anyway, they also welcomed Limp Bizkit on that label, trying to prove that talent isn’t really necessary to be signed to them. But now they have a brand new artist signed, and when I say artist, I’m using the term very loosely.

That’s right, folks. I’m talking about Paris Hilton. The original ‘famous for no reason whatsoever’ chick who proved two things to the world. 1. Kids don’t really need any colors in their porn videos to masturbate, green nightvision will do just fine.  2. The only talent you need in this business is the talent required to suck a dick right after pressing the REC button.

Now what does this have to do with metal? Nothing, but we’ve made it a tradition to laugh at nu-metal here, and I just wanted to show you that there is a label out there for talented folks such as Fred, Lil’ Wayne, and Paris Hilton. Well done, guys. Can’t wait to illegally download your new records, just for the chance of sending those files to the TRASH instantly.


Some lol-worthy Limp Bizkit news

It’s not so much a slow news day, as it is just another excuse to laugh at Limp Bizkit. I know, I know, it’s not 1999 anymore, so who cares right? But as my girlfriend keeps reminding me, I act like a child, so I may as well pretend it’s a year when I still was one.

The latest news begins with a small riddle.

What’s worse than Limp Bizkit?

Answer: Insane Clown Posse.

What’s worse than Insane Clown Posse?

Answer: Insane Clown Posse with Fred Durst.

Ok, it’s not exactly Limp Bizkit news, but it is funny. Yes, that’s right, Limp Bizkit‘s Fred Durst and Insane Clown Posse have collaborated for a cover of AMG‘s Bitch Better Have My Money’. The cover will appear on upcoming album Covered, Smothered And Chunked.

I hope to God I never hear that.

[Source: PRP]


Limp Bizkit will change metal. With Lil’ Wayne.

Limp Bizkit are a pretty easy and predictable target, which is why we don’t give them too much shit around here. However, once I came across this article, I couldn’t resist.

“Limp Bizkit is working on what [Fred Durst] called ‘the heaviest, most crazy metal record of all time,’ The Unquestionable Truth Part 2, which Durst said will probably be an EP. ‘That will service our core and counter balance these big, fat, ginormous hip-rock songs we’re going to do.’ said Fred.

Read full article here.

The heaviest metal record of all time? Haha, amazing statement. I don’t even know what to say, really, when you’re in Limp Bizkit and you make such a statement, it’s a bit like those crazy people who think they’re Napoleon or something.

So needless to say, I was a bit skeptical they could do a metal record. But then I heard they’re working with Lil’ Wayne. Now I believe.

Here is a clip of Lil’ Wayne doing a guitar solo. I really recommend reading the comments. Make the jump to see an equally amazing solo from Fred Durst himself…


Fred Durst is a professional joke

As a change from the comedy project he’s currently involved in, Limp Bizkit, frontman Fred Durst has signed a deal with CBS to star in a new sitcom.

The half-an-hour show, currently titled as ‘Douchebag’ (perhaps autobiographical?), will star Fred as a “rock legend” (oh no, wait, my mistake, not autobiographical after all) trying to juggle his family and his famous-person lifestyle. The program will be written by Matthew Carlson (‘Mr. Sunshine’), who will executive-produce with CBS TV studios-based producers Eric and Kim Tannenbaum. In addition, Fred’s manager/producer John Schneider will serve as a non-writing producer.

[ Source: Deadline.com ]


Fred Durst has a look-alike

Fred Durst

To find out who he is, check out this video over at Metal Hammer’s website.

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