Ahead of their new album 'The Nothing,' the nü-metal pioneers reflect on their massively successful career – and why they don't want to be a nostalgia act.
Fifteen years after its release, we look back on the sappy bro soundtracks that defined the nativist exceptionalism of the post-9/11 years.
Stream 'Sound of the Raging Steppe,' a new compilation of five Mongolian and Kazakh folk-influenced heavy metal bands.
The 00s-angst-rock Beatles have also partnered up to release branded wares at Umami Burger and Urban Outfitters.
Apple's algorithms did a better job of explaining Limp Bizkit than we ever could, anyway.
How two young Japanese girls convinced me that metal is changing for the better (plus new tunes from Carpe Noctem, Minority Threat, Domkraft, To End It All, and more).
For six years, a 60-acre ranch in Malibu reverberated with some of the harshest music ever put to tape. Then it all burned to the ground.
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.
A deep dive into what this alt-rock classic's terrible snare tone has in common with 311 and Limp Bizkit.
Vocalist Brandon Yates spills the details on how the band approached 'Time & Space,' why they signed to Roadrunner, and that Diplo collaboration everyone’s confused about.
"Linkin Park and Friends Celebrate Life in Honour of Chester Bennington" at the Hollywood Bowl did exactly what it sought to do: celebrate life.
As bombs fell around them, Chester Bennington's lyrics resonated with and inspired an entire generation of Nepalese metalheads.