Limp Bizkit recently held their first 2022 concert at Mexico City's Vive Latino. The performance was live-streamed, allowing fans everywhere a glimpse into the first show supporting 2021's STILL SUCKS.
Read more: Limp Bizkit announce ‘STILL SUCKS’ tour dates for 2022
The band were originally supposed to tour in support of the album last year, but were forced to cancel due to COVID-19 related conce
Limp Bizkit have announced the 2022 U.S. STILL SUCKS tour. The band will be supported by Scowl, WARGASM, $not, Dying Wish and Yung Gravy on select dates.
The tour is in support of the band's latest album, the 2021 release STILL SUCKS.
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Limp Bizkit was originally planning on touring for the album last year, but they were forced
British four-piece band Loathe have released a new single titled "Dimorphous Display." The release comes as the band work on the follow-up to the 2020 studio album I Let It In And It Took Everything and the 2021 ambient instrumental record The Things They Believe.
This year, Every Time I Die’s ‘Tid The Season made its return in the band’s hometown of Buffalo, New York. The annual holiday shows featured a number of bands, including Spiritbox and Knocked Loose.
In a surprise appearance, Spiritbox’s Courtney LaPlante joined Knocked Loose on stage for a powerful performance of the band’s “A Serpent’s Touch.” The result was electrifying.
When musicians started seeing the protests and tragedies happening in these past weeks following the murder of George Floyd, they answered the call to help fundraise for Black Lives Matter organizations.
Over the weekend, bands such as Every Time I Die, the Devil Wears Prada and Stick To Your Guns opened their merch store and donated 100% of the sales to social justice causes.
Knocked Loose have become one of the absolute best up-and-coming metalcore acts over the past few years and they're giving a helping hand now to fellow hardcore act Dying Wish.
Vocalist Bryan Garris collaborated with the band on their new track "Enemies In Red" which features plenty of melodeath riffs and hard-hitting breakdowns.