Tag Archives: Lil Wayne

All star metal, punk lineups to play at Vice 20th Anniversary party

Posted by on December 5, 2014

20 years ago, Vice Magazine launched in Montreal as Voice of Montreal. Two years later, they changed their name to Vice, then moved to New York City. Since then, to say it’s grown would be an understatement. Much more than just a magazine, it’s now an award-winning HBO documentary series, a television channel and a record label, along […]

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Limp Bizkit Are ‘Ready To Go’ With Lil’ Wayne

Posted by on March 25, 2013

It was way back in 2011 that Limp Bizkit announced that their new album would be called Stampede of the Disco Elephants. Of course, they were still on Interscope Records back then, who’d released their underwhelming sixth album, Gold Cobra. Since then, the band got dropped from Interscope and signed with Lil’ Wayne’s label  Cash Money […]

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Limp Bizkit And Lil Wayne Collaboration To Be Released Next Week

Posted by on March 1, 2012

In hindsight, it’s not that surprising that Limp Bizkit signed a new recording deal with hip hop label Cash Money Records. With that in mind, it also shouldn’t come as a major shocker that Fred Durst and co. have collaborated with rapper/label mate Lil Wayne on a new song called “Ready To Go.” In an […]

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Limp Bizkit Reveal New Album Cover

Posted by on June 2, 2011

Yesterday, Opeth revealed one of the coolest cover artworks we’ve seen in a while. Late last night, Limp Bizkit revealed the cover artwork to their new album Gold Cobra and….yeah…. We’re not entirely sure what disturbs us more about this cover: the cross eyed chick and her two sisters with tongues hanging out, the naked […]

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Bamboozle 2011: Officially The Most Bizarre Festival Ever

Posted by on December 17, 2010

The lineup for the two day New Jersey festival Bamboozle seems to get weirder with each year, featuring everyone from Paramore to Hanson, and from Ke$ha to Bullet For My Valentine (and that was just from last year alone). This year’s lineup, though, might be not only the most bizarre lineup in the festival’s history, […]

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