By at 6:43 AM Monday, October 29th 2012

 

Listen to the New Limp Bizkit Track ‘Lightz’

Limp Bizkit, Music

 

With a new album due on Cash Money Records (nope, not joking) in the not so distant future, Limp Bizkit has unleashed upon the world a brand new track. We got some shit on our fingers this morning when the cheap-ass toilet paper tore apart mid-wipe, so we’re passing it along to you on this fine morning. Because truly, what says “Monday morning shit” better than a new LB song?

According to Limp Bizkit front man Fred Durst’s Twitter feed, Lightz was leaked prematurely and is not the first single from the group’s upcoming Stampede Of The Disco Elephants album. Oh, you didn’t know they were recording a new album? Sorry to break the news. Here’s a recap of our impression of their last recordGold Cobra - particularly their ever-persistently antagonistic frontman:

“There’s no overstating the detrimental impact of our cartoonishly obscene and defiantly douche-soaked narrator Fred Durst, whose vocal stain reliably reduces the band’s collective sound to that of the Garbage Pail Kids hauling a bucket of meth into the studio. He’s that same sneering face on the screen, still claiming not to give a fuck what people think, still pushing the limits of trash, because there’s simply no other direction to take the Durst train.”

To hear how little has changed, and to hear Durst rhyme Samurai with DUI, hit play on the video down below.

Keep up with Fred and the gang via their official website.

 
 

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4 comments
  1. Pete says:

    One would never accuse of calling Limp Bizkit of being a really original band, but this is beyond any type of copycating they’ve ever done before! It’s actually very crafty copycating, or copyright infringing, that they are doing. They manage to mangle and mash up numerous auto tuned top 40 hits from the past couple of years(or year), and impregnate their tired sound with it, to reproduce the dim-witted bastard child of Eminem’s Recovery(A great album). I wonder how many times Fred listened to that before he wrote his verse? Anyway, nice try fellas, we’ll see you at the VMA’s where you’ll win comeback artist, or best new artist, or lifetime achievement, from the corporate hoars, and tone deaf kiddies who have a ten second memory, and wouldn’t know real music if it bit em in the sack.

  2. Sam says:

    Ouch. I consider myself a pretty big LB fan, but that song was terrible and it’s pretty obvious how heavy of a hand Lil Wayne had in it. I’ll wait for The Unquestionable Truth pt. 2 (Fred promised!)

  3. David Arthur says:

    “There’s no overstating the detrimental impact of our cartoonishly obscene and defiantly douche-soaked narrator Fred Durst, whose vocal stain reliably reduces the band’s collective sound to that of the Garbage Pail Kids hauling a bucket of meth into the studio. He’s that same sneering face on the screen, still claiming not to give a fuck what people think, still pushing the limits of trash, because there’s simply no other direction to take the Durst train.”

    …Now that was fucking awesome lmao

  4. mikoras says:

    Pete, perfect. Why would Wes do this? Shouldn’t he have some money left over?

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