Woodstock ‘99 to Lollapalooza ‘21 | Here’s why Limp Bizkit are trending right now

Is the neo nü metal revival upon us?

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Shortly into the band’s main-stage set, as guitarist Wes Borland propped his foot on the monitor and dove into a chugging metal riff, Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst addressed a raging crowd of a hundred thousand or so. “Let me make this clear,” he said. “This is not Woodstock ‘99.” The band then unleashed their 1999 hit “Break Stuff,” an …

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