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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