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Limp Bizkit Stuns the Carolina Rebellion Crowd

Limp Bizkit Stuns the Carolina Rebellion Crowd

"They're still together?"

When the Carolina Rebellion lineup was announced, many fans were surprised to see Limp Bizkit.  But, they are still together.  They are still touring and recording.

The nu-metal band experienced massive success in the late 1990s and early 2000s.  The 1999 album Significant Other and 2000's Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water were both multi-platinum selling successes.  

After that, guitarist Wes Borland left the band.  Fans grew tired of the band and sales of their next record, Results May Vary, were lackluster.  Borland's return for The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1) did not help the band regain their previous popularity.  Not long after the release of The Unquestionable Truth, the band went on indefinite hiatus.

But, Limp Bizkit reunited in 2009 and released Gold Cobra in 2011.  They recently released a single featuring Lil Wayne titled, Ready To Go.  They're looking to release a new album soon.

The band's rocky recent history did not matter to the crowd at Carolina Rebellion.  Limp Bizkit performed various hits and covers Saturday night and the crowd lapped it all up.  Fred Durst was a little bigger and sported a full beard.  Borland was dressed as outrageously as ever.  Check out how the crowd reacted to Nookie.

See photos from their performance here.

 

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