Limp Bizkit perform live.
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Limp Bizkit have announced they will perform their original lineup in Los Angeles for only $3.

The “Three Dollar Show, Y’all” will take place on Tuesday. The tickets for $3 went on sale on Friday and they sold out quickly.

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The show will take place at Troubadour in West Hollywood. It’s in promotion to the band’s debut album Three Dollar Bill, Y’all$.

The original lineup will include Fred Durst, Wes Borland, Sam Rivers, DJ Lethal, and John Otto.

In other Limp Bizkit news, the band has been added to Travis Barker’s MUSINK Festival line up alongside bands such as Suicidal Tendencies, Dead Kennedys, Anti-Flag and more.

Also, the band is apparently working on a new album as of last November.

While once-notorious frontman Fred Durstand the guitar-shredding spectacle known as Wes Borland have been inching toward a sixth album since 2011’s Gold Cobra, the latter musician reports that Bizkit are only just now prepping for a new full-length in earnest, as noted by Loudwire.

“Getting warmed up to actually make a brand new @limpbizkitalbum,” he says on Instagram. “We would have started last Saturday but were displaced by the fires and lost some gear. Getting back on our feet and in the studio within the week.”

The fires mentioned by the guitarist were the result of this year’s destructive wildfire season in California. Durst’s SoCal home went up in flames earlier this week, and Borland lost several pieces of musical equipment in the disaster.

That’s not going to stop the classic nü-metal team from laying down the grooves on some new tunes, presumably flanked by the longtime Limp Bizkit rhythm section of bassist Sam Rivers and drummer John Otto (plus a returning DJ Lethal), though.

And while Borland’s getting lost in mosh pits and Durst is ducking attempted drop kicks from Insane Clown Possemembers, maybe Bring Me The Horizon can find some time to assist in the writing of the impending Bizkit release.

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