It's just one of those days when you're playing a show overeseas with your early-aughties nü-metal act and a part of the roof above the stage collapses, sending a giant swell of rushing water directly onto your musical equipment.

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It happened to Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland during the band's Boomtown Fair gig in Winchester, England, last week. And the onstage deluge occurred at a pivotal moment in the band's destruction-themed 2000 hit, "Break Stuff."

Thankfully, Borland's been able to pick up the pieces of his soaked guitar effects pedal board. As noted by, he's been working with Limp Bizkit's guitar tech to undo some of the water damage (as seen in the below Instagram posts).

But that didn't keep frontman Fred Durst from letting out a cackle as the downpour covered his band member's gear. Check out the falling water footage, directly below, and let us know what you think in the comments section.


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