Fred Durst Has Had a Lot of Progress for the Vocals for the Stampede of the Disco Elephants Album
Back in June, Limp Bizkit’s guitarist Wes Borland explained how Fred Durst was being a perfectionist and struggled to land the right vocals for the band’s new album. The album in question is called Stampede of the Disco Elephants and has been talked about much during the past few years. It has been a work in progress since 2012, and several tracks have already been released. Those include three original singles, with one of those featuring Lil Wayne and a Ministry song cover. Since 2014, there were no new songs being released, but it seems the work on the album has accelerated a lot since then.
Limp Bizkit Shared Their New Song Dad Vibes at Lollapalooza
The Jacksonville rap-rock legends of Limp Bizkit shared their new song Dad Vibes at the Lollapalooza music festival. Fred Durst first entertained Instagram with his grey hair and handlebar mustache look. Apparently, this was Fred’s way of embracing the Dad Vibes because he sported the new look onstage as the band’s new tune played over the PA. Limp Bizkit also gave out free T-shirts to the roaring Chicago crowd.
Whether this look is a temporary thing or the band will go on using it for their performance is not yet clear. During the set, Fred spoke to the audience, as he often does, celebrating how happy he, the band, and everyone present were to be out of the house. The setlist Limp Bizkit used for the Lollapalooza included many of their old hits, as well as their new song and the Thieves Ministry cover. The band is currently touring across the US and will do so throughout August.