Tag: Limp Bizkit

Exclusive Interview: Crostpaths talk “Mutated”!

When it comes to hybrids, Kent quartet Crostpaths have got it down to a fine art and with their sophomore EP “Mutated” set to open not only doors but windows of opportunity as well when it drops on 27th November 2020. You might call them Nu-Metal, Rap-Rock or even Alternative Metal but does it really

Vs. Tuesday! Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Cardi B??!!

Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar aka American Rapper Cardi B is pretty damn controversial and lets face it, if it wasn’t for tales of being a stripper to fighting Nicki Minaj to her questionable lyrics and videos, we’re not sure anyone would give a… but when her track “WAP” landed with comedian Russell Brand asking if it was

Interview: Nu-Metal Revivalists DED talk to Heavy New York!

The success of Nu-Metal revivalists Ded, a band out of Tempe Arizona made up of former members of made up of members from Greeley Estates, Man Made Machine and The Cover Up since 2016 has been nothing short of impressive and they can thank Fred Durst from Limp Bizkit for directing a pair of music

Review: “Hindsight” by Emmure

After the resounding success of the Emmure combination of vocalist Frankie Palmeri with Glass Cloud trio Phil Lockett, Joshua Travis and Josh Miller that was 2017’s “Take A Look At Yourself” there was bound to be some fall out, if only because controversy seems to follow Palmeri around like a black cloud. So bassist Phil

Bootleg: Taproot in Kentucky!

The name of Taproot will always be associated with Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst and that infamous answer phone message that leaked via Napster. They did however make some good music including their major label debut “Gift” with some early Deftones esq riffs. This full set from 1999 sees the band playing material from “Something

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT. Bring The Noise!

Originally “Bring The Noise” saw Big Four Thrashers Anthrax take on a track by hip-hop act Public Enemy, the first song on the group’s 1988 album “It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back“. Anthrax wanted to do a version of the track after doing similarly vocal styling on “I’m The Man” and

Throwback: “Another Worldly Device” by Prong!

Our first introduction to the World of Prong was the opening track to their most successful album to date. 1994’s “Cleansing” was produced by Terry Date (Pantera, Limp Bizkit, Unearth) and features ex-Killing Joke members Paul Raven (RIP) on bass guitar and John Bechdel with keyboards and programming, marking their fourth studio album. We were

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! A-ha.

The 80’s pop cover was turned into a staple of the Nu-Metal era with almost every band landing at least one, Dope with “You Spin Me Right Round” by Dead or Alive, Disturbed with “Shout” by Fears For Fears and of course Limp Bizkit with “Faith” by George Michael to name but three. One classic

The Black Map #83: Cincinnati Bowtie from Bradford!

If you’re never heard the term from which Bradford Deathcore solo project Cincinnati Bowtie takes its name, you can enlighten yourself via the Urban Dictionary here. Quaint bassist James Birch is the man behind the helm as a multi instrumentalist with guest vocalists appearing on various tracks. Having previously released a pair of albums in