Never forget they made a Fight Club video game in which Fred Durst was a playable character

Fight Club has a tortured legacy, managing to be at once a prime example of David Fincher’s meticulous craftsmanship, a subversive commentary on late-capitalist machismo, a totem embraced by the very knuckleheads it ostensibly criticizes, and an over-exposed subject of “my first thinkpiece”-style pop-culture takes.…

Did 1997 contain the worst two weeks in music history?

Sean O’Neal: In the topic of “Worst Music Year,” 1997 is a frequent contender. Some of this can be attributed to distaste for a single genre—boy bands and the Spice Girls, mostly, whose dominance was complete anathema to anyone who’d spend the earlier part of the decade convinced the alt-rock “revolution” was anything…

Limp Bizkit and Kirby find common ground in breaking stuff thanks to new mashup

On the surface, you might not see much overlap between Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst and Nintendo’s rotund, ravenous Kirby, but they both share one very distinctive trait: a boiling inner rage. It just manifests through different modes of dopiness, with Durst smirkingly threatening people with chainsaws while Kirby…

Maybe there’s a Limp Bizkit show at a Dayton gas station tomorrow, and maybe there isn’t

‘Sup, bro. You’re not some kind of narc, are you? Tight. So, word on the streets of Dayton, Ohio—okay, fine, Facebook—is that Limp Bizkit is going to play a secret show at the Sunoco on Wayne Avenue tomorrow night. Yeah, dude, off of Route 35 over by the playground where Spanky used to sell dime bags of dirt weed.…