Fred Durst and Wes Borland appeared to put the past behind them as Limp Bizkit rocked out a heavy concert at The Gramercy Theatre (aka The Blender Theatre) on East 23rd Street in New York City, and THE HEYMAN HUSTLE was on hand to witness the history-making kickoff for the band’s summer tour with Snoop Dogg.
"This is definitely more of a comeback than a reunion for us," Durst said backstage before the event, "a reunion is more like when a band gets together one more time and cashes in. We’re calling this a comeback. We’re going to evolve."
The band’s new release, "Gold Cobra" has been described by those who have heard it as being inspired by daft-punk, and Fred couldn’t agree more, and told us he feels "Daft Punk always seem to have their finger on the pulse."
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