When Cash Money announced its latest acquisition would be notoriously Mountain Dew rap-rock/thing Limp Bizkit, we had a chuckle. "Sure, why not," we thought. "What's the harm in gettin' the band back together for one last gasp."
Last summer, there were rumors Limp Bizkit were done even before the fruit of their record deal was to ripen. Nay, says Fred Durst the Hatted One. Today, the band glimpsed its return with the single "Ready to Go," a six-minute loop of parents suck/school sucks nu-metal numbskulling along with a game Lil Wayne in tow. "Red hat to the back like Fred Durst," Wayne raps. "Go fuck yourself," says 42-year-old teenager Durst within the song's first seconds.
The upcoming album Stampede of the Disco Elephants, the band's seventh release and second worst title (No. 1 goes to 2000's Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water) will be, according to the band's Facebook, "a nu metal rock album. Not for radio. Not for commercial use." The band wrote, "Our focus is on our band and our desire to rock the fuck out. As you know radio does not rock. So be it. This one is for nu metal rock fans. No one else."