Nu-metal's dumbest band are back in the zeitgeist and pissing everyone off like it's 1999.
In the year 2000, Charlize Theron, Debbie Harry and Ashton Kutcher assembled in the LA mansion to celebrate Freddy D and the boys.
Limp Bizkit's Wes Borland fired shots at Aaron Lewis from Staind on a podcast; Lewis called Borland a "bougie motherfucker." I love the smell of beef in the morning.
Prophets of Rage might be winners, but Good Charlotte and Limp Bizkit need to cut the bullshit.
Turns out that she was as nu metal as everyone else, assuming you were also nu metal at one point.
Limp Bizkit var engang så mægtige, at de næsten fik Slayers guitarist Kerry King til at droppe musik
"Jeg kunne ikke forstå, hvorfor Limp Bizkit var så store. Det påvirkede mig."
Sig goddag til Ben. Han er en gennemsnitlig fyr på 31, der tilfældigvis har Limp Bizkit-frontmand Fred Dursts gamle nummer.
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