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Fred Durst is developing a one-hour music drama for the CW based on his life, according to TV guide . The Noise will follow the rise of a young frontman in the 1990s who escapes a volatile home life and launches a successful band with a unique sound.
Fred Durst has gotta have faaaaaaaiththat his TV show will get picked up for an entire season! Fred's project, The Noise , is an hour-long drama that tells the tale of a '90s musician who escapes a home life to forge an extremely popular band...The
A sweaty, heaving mass of nu-metal fans crammed into the theatre for a nostalgic trip back to a time when the Y2K virus threatened to wipe-out humanity and rap and metal was commonly blared from teens' stereos. Age hasn't wearied Limp Bizkit with
A New York City real estate heir who admitted killing his neighbor in Texas a decade ago has had another run-in with the law. Police say Robert Durst was arrested Friday outside his Harlem home on a trespassing violation. They say the 70-year-old son
It was weird enough when Lil' Wayne signed Fred Durst and his band Limp Bizkit to Cash Money Records last year, but this studio collaboration takes the sizzurp drizzled nookie-cake!...Ok, we take it back hearing Fred and Weezy sing/rap together
36 PM From the Department of Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog-Flavored Diarrhea (ugh, sorry): As reported by Stereogum , Fred Durst and Wes Borland of noted clown brigade Limp Bizkit were recently photographed with a copy of Loose Jewels , local
It feels like just yesterday when attention-loving Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst was barking about "Nookie" on MTV and stirring up rage on stage. (Remember Woodstock '99? Ugh.) Originally from Jacksonville, Fla., this nu-metal band was huge,
The video above contains language that may not be suitable for sensitive listeners.) Here is a sample of the lyrics: "Back is the mother f***in' rock god. I'm so poker face, ladies goin' gaga. T That's right it's Freddy D, the public enemy. You
In the late '90s and early '00s, Limp Bizkit was a force to be reckoned with in the nu-metal arena. But the '90s are long gone, and Fred Durst says it's time everyone moved on if they haven't already. Speaking candidly with the rock music magazine
It's the middle of the afternoon on the final day of LA's Coachella festival , America's answer to Glastonbury, and the scene unfolding in the Sahara tent is striking. Someone tells me the audience is estimated at 8,000, but it's not the number that'