From Limp Bizkit to Ocean Grove, UK nu-metal band Black Coast talk us through some of the biggest influences on their sound.
As we reach the halfway mark in Misha Mansoor’s Archive series under his Bulb moniker, the evolution of the…
What UK nu-metal bruisers Blood Youth have done on their Rude Records release, Starve, is extremely impressive and the only place they’re headed is toward the big leagues.
We spoke with Canadian rap/metal band, Fatal Switch, and lead singer Steven Tobin dished on the group’s major musical influences, the story behind the “Who We Are” music video, and then some.
Drummer extraordinaire Travis Barker’s MUSINK will return for yet another year! Presented by KROQ, the festival will be taking place at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, California from March 8th to 10th.
We had the pleasure of doing a quick Q&A with Limp Bizkit bassist Sam Rivers to learn more about his new band Sleepkillers, which also features members of Puddle of Mudd and Saliva.
X Japan has announced that it will perform a pair of solo concerts to commemorate the 10th anniversary of their re-unification …
What better way to start the year than by getting some of our favourite bands to give us their predictions for the year ahead?
As far as rock tours go it doesn’t get much bigger and better than a pairing of nu-metal titans Korn and rap-rock hard-hitters Limp Bizkit. Having smashed its way around the UK, we dug out our baggy jeans and wallet chains and headed down to Nottingham for the final date. Check out the review and photos here…
By Mike Bax Photo by David Rubene Richard Patrick is many things. An inaugural ex-member of Nine Inch Nails.…
Making the Aftershock Festival truly special, Limp Bizkit’s vocalist, Fred Durst, sang a few songs from the middle of the crowd. Durst showed no hesitation getting up close and personal with his fans. Before their set started, Durst allowed a few special fans, including one happy youngster and his dad, to come back stage for a quick autograph session.
Underrated F*cking Albums is a series we’re running on, well, albums we think are fucking underrated. Sure, some of you might totally disagree with us, in fact, you might think we’re absolutely retarded for thinking these releases merit even a smidgen of your precious time. Well we don’t care. These are our opinions and we’re entitled to them, plus we’re big and bearded and are willing to fist fight to the death to honour the music we love… well, maybe 1 or 2 of us. The rest of us are kinda wimpy, so please be nice and don’t pound us. Either way, check this shit from: Limp Bizkit, Morbid Angel, and Viking Skull.
Prizing: One (1) grand prize winner will snag a free copy of Limp Bizkit’s hot new CD Gold Cobra, a No Fear t-shirt and a No Fear hoodie. Don’t fear… just sign up for your chance to win.
With a gap of eight years since Limp Bizkit’s last album, some critics appeared apprehensive about Gold Cobra. Nu-metal may have dominated rock music in the early noughties, but now the era is a fading memory. Somehow though, this new record does not sound old. Whilst there are a few let downs, the majority of songs are absolute gems which make you want to throw your red baseball cap back on, turn it back-to-front and start dancing on car rooftops again.