Limp Bizkit by Mistress Carrie,posted Oct 25 2011 3:34PM
There are very few bands that are as polarizing, as Limp Bizkit. Some people love them, some people hate them... One thing is for sure, they have sold a TON of records and made more than their fare share of headlines while doing it. You cannot deny their success, and that if a LB song comes on the radio at a party, your head is going to bob with the beat!
Last night, there were bands all over the TV. I've been clicking back and forth watching all of the games on TV, that I lost track of whick WAAF artists were going to be on and when.
So, just in case you forgot to watchÂ these performances last night, here you go!
Here's Limp Bizkit on the Tonight Show.
Here's Green Day on with Jimmy Fallon covering the Rolling Stones!
And finally Crash Kings on Jimmy Kimmel!
After playing the Rock On The Range festival in Columbus, OH on May 23, Limp Bizkit will start "Rollin'" on a full U.S.Â tour in July and August. The Gold Cobra Tour begins in Holmdel, NJ on July 3. Other stops include Cleveland on July 5; Cincinnati on July 7; Charlotte on July 8 and Biloxi on July 10. Snoop Dogg will join the trek starting July 11 in Atlanta, and the two acts will tour together through August 15 in Auburn, WA. Limp Bizkit will then head to Europe for more than 40 headlining shows, according to Pollstar.rumored to feature guest appearances by a host of Hip-Hop artists, including Raekwon andÂ Paul Wall.Durst recently posted on Twitter, "We will be performing on Jay Leno's Tonight Show on May 10. We have no idea what we're gonna play. They want an older song. Hmmmm."
The original lineup of Limp Bizkit â Fred Durst, Wes Borland, Sam Rivers, John Otto and DJ Lethal â will unleash a new album, dubbed Gold Cobra, later this year. The band already has leaked a new song called "Why Try," which is posted for streaming on LimpBizkit.comÂ . Gold Cobra will beÂ the Bizkit'sÂ first new studio album with the original lineup since 2000's Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water, and it is
You can also hear "Why Try" below:
What do you think? Are you happy to have them back? Think they should have stayed away? Should we play the new song?
I'm not really sure how I feel about this... I mean, if MY dad was John Bonham, and I played the drums... I know thatÂ I would have a hard time getting out from underneath his shadow. But this???
C'mon dude? There isn't anyone you would rather be making NEW music with?
Then again, if anyone has the right to do it... He does, right?
What do you think?
Jason Bonham, son of deceased Led Zeppelin drummer John, is planning an audacious 30-date tour revisiting the songs of his father's band, accompanied by family photos, home movies and music from an as-yet unspecified tribute band.
In the wake of the latest rumours of a Led Zeppelin reunion being quashed, Bonham Jr looks set to get his own project on the road. This is more than just a cashing in on his father's memory -- the drummer filled in for his father for the band's 2007 reunion concert at the O2 Arena.
Bonham told Blabbermouth, "I have always loved playing the music of Led Zeppelin and after such a great night back in 2007 at the O2 Arena, I took an opportunity to [begin work on] a very special show which would look at my life with the music of Led Zeppelin.
"Old photos, home movies and videos would help take you on a journey into my life from my earliest memories right up the O2 show."
Bonham also said that the North American tour would be designed to coincide with the 30th anniversary of his father's death, in September of this year.
The 43-year-old drummer has been among the loudest voices calling for a Led Zeppelin reunion tour, meeting consistent resistance to the idea from Robert Plant.