After recent comments from Limp Bizkit singer Fred Durst about the band’s current status in the U.S., the idea of a tour seemed like a fleeting one. Durst referred to his band as “a moment in time” saying it was “over” but a new tweet from the frontman seems to suggest something different.
Limp Bizkit have done plenty of touring in recent years, but it’s been noticeable that the group haven’t played very much in the United States. Singer Fred Durst tells Kerrang! that a good reason for that was the band realizing that American audiences had moved on.
It was only about two weeks ago that Limp Bizkit announced that they would be signing with Lil Wayne's record label, Cash Money Records, and not it looks like they'll soon be releasing their first single “Ready to Go,” which features a collaboration with label partner Lil Wayne.
What could be funnier than Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst in a sitcom? Apparently, that’s what CBS was thinking when they inked a new deal with Durst to star in an upcoming comedy project.