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Rock Cellar Magazine
July 19, 2022
Limp Bizkit Cancels European Tour Due to Front Man Fred Durst’s ‘Personal Health Concerns’

Limp Bizkit was set to head out on a European and U.K. tour this summer, supporting its late 2021 ‘comeback’ album Still Sucks as well as the band’s string of...


Rock Cellar Magazine
March 16, 2022
Catch the ‘Limp Bizkit Still Sucks’ Tour, Hitting An U.S. Arena Near You This Spring

On Halloween, Limp Bizkit returned with a new studio album, the cheekily titled Still Sucks. It was everything folks could have expected from Fred Durst and the gang — aggressive,...


Rock Cellar Magazine
November 1, 2021
Limp Bizkit ‘Still Sucks’: Nu-Metal Dads Return with a New Record Whether You Like it or Not (Plus, an INXS Cover)

Limp Bizkit knows what you think. But Fred Durst and Co. have long expressed that they “don’t give a f***” about much of anything when it comes to criticism levied...


Rock Cellar Magazine
September 30, 2021
The “Dad Vibes” Are Strong with Limp Bizkit’s Funky New Song (That Sounds Exactly Like Limp Bizkit Always Has)

Limp Bizkit, once a powerhouse of the mainstream music scene in the early 2000s at the forefront of the “nu-metal” boom, has more or less existed on the periphery in...


Rock Cellar Magazine
July 26, 2021
Now Streaming: HBO Max’s ‘Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage’ Doc Captures the Chaos of the Notorious Event

When it comes to music festivals, certain images and scenes are burned in our memories, even years after the original event. Considering Woodstock ’99 calls to mind a few specific...


Rock Cellar Magazine
September 2, 2020
Netflix is Working on a Docu-Series About Woodstock ’99, One of the Most Notorious Music Events Ever Assembled

When it comes to music festivals, certain images and are burned in our memories, even years after the original event — and when considering Woodstock ’99, it calls to mind...


Rock Cellar Magazine
September 18, 2019
Cold Re-Emerges with a New Album, ‘The Things We Can’t Stop,’ and a Haunting Video for ‘Without You’

In 2000, amid all the angst of the “nu-metal” movement led by Limp Bizkit, Slipknot, Linkin Park, Korn and the like, a band called Cold hit it big with a...