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Fan-filmed video of LIMP BIZKIT‘s Might 7 efficiency at Mohegan Solar Enviornment in Uncasville, Connecticut will be seen beneath.

LIMP BIZKIT‘s month-long “Nonetheless Sucks Tour” kicked off late final month. The AEG Presents trek launched within the band’s former residence state of Florida and features a cease in New York Metropolis at Madison Sq. Backyard (Might 13) in addition to cross-country reveals in Baltimore (Might 15) and Las Vegas (Might 28) earlier than concluding with a Los Angeles-area date (Ontario on Might 31). LIMP BIZKIT is being supported by SCOWL, WARGASM UK, $NOT, DYING WISH and YUNG GRAVY for numerous reveals.

Later this yr, LIMP BIZKIT will comply with the U.S. reveals with a European run of dates.

“Dad Vibes” arrived weeks after LIMP BIZKIT canceled all of its beforehand introduced reside appearances for 2021, explaining in an announcement that it was doing so “out of an abundance of warning and concern for the security of the band, crew and most of all of the followers.”

LIMP BIZKIT was scheduled to look at a number of festivals final summer season and fall, together with Aftershock, Blue Ridge, Insurgent Rock and Rocklahoma.

A couple of days after the summer season 2021 reveals have been known as off, LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fre Durst advised Billboard concerning the determination: “In brief, the system remains to be very flawed. Even when the performers, crews, employees, and promoters do their finest to make sure security on and behind the stage, that does not guarantee the security of the viewers as an entire. We’re all on this collectively, and all of us — individually and as an entire — should make our greatest efforts to be as accountable and proactive as doable shifting ahead to fight and cease spreading COVID.”

Durst additionally denied that there was a selected incident that prompted him and his bandmates to drag the plug on the trek, saying it was “simply notion.”

Durst made headlines final July when he debuted his new have a look at the band’s live performance at Metro in Chicago, with the frontman now sporting wavy salt-and-pepper locks accompanied by a horseshoe-style mustache.

Final month, LIMP BIZKIT launched the official music video for the track “Dad Vibes”. The clip options cameos by STEEL PANTHER‘s Michael Starr and Stix Zadinia.

“Dad Vibes”, which was initially premiered through the band’s live performance at Lollapalooza final July, seems on LIMP BIZKIT‘s newest album, “Limp Bizkit Nonetheless Sucks”.

Previous to the arrival of “Limp Bizkit Nonetheless Sucks”, LIMP BIZKIT had not launched a brand new studio LP since 2011’s “Gold Cobra”, though the band has spent plenty of time writing and recording music over the previous decade.

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