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Feb. 11th, 2002 | 11:02 am
posted by: witchmooon in loud

Durst Strikes Back

Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst has addressed the allegations of the bands intentions with the recent Put Your Guitar Where Your Mouth Is, guitarist audition tour. You can check his statement on the groups official website, www.limpbizkit.com.
"F.ck you haters. Better yourself (a little advice). To everyone else, I can't wait to get back online and into the chat. Things are looking very positive for LIMP BIZKIT - you'll be proud and surprised at what's coming your way. Oh yeah... one more thing...f.ck you again haters.


Code Of Buckner

Papa Roach drummer Dave Buckner recently posted an update on the bands current happenings here. In the update he goes on to say that they are currently in Atlanta, GA mixing their forthcoming new album, "Lovehatetragedy", and have also recently completed their forthcoming DVD release, which they plan to release in the spring through Dreamworks. The DVD effort will feature all of the bands music videos and making of's, their rare EPK, "Let The Madness Begin...", a variety of live footage, behind the scenes footage and more. At present, "Lovehatetragedy", is set for a June 25th release through Dreamworks.

STABBING WESTWARD Call It Quits: The Official Statement - Feb. 10, 2002

STABBING WESTWARD has soul-searched and decided as friends that it's time to part. They would like to thank all their fans that have stood by them and loved their music, all their music, very much. They decided a week ago it was time to part and they wanted to live with their decision for a bit before making it official but as some friend told a friend, they feel it's your right to find out from them. So, from Chris, Andy, Jim and Walter: "Thank you very much for the support and love. We are very sad and as well very excited about all our futures."
oh no sweetvein!!! don't read this!

Brian May Be A Foo Fighter

Queen guitarist Brian May will be featured on two songs on the new Foo Fighters' album. As it turns out, Foo frontman Dave Grohl and drummer Taylor Hawkins are both big Queen fans. May went into an L.A. studio with the Foos earlier this month to work on two new songs that are supposed to appear on the follow-up to 1999's "There Is Nothing Left To Lose" album. "Yes, I put a few brush strokes on two tracks for the forthcoming Foos album," writes May in a posting on Queen's fanclub web site. "I'm not sure if they want me to divulge the titles--but one track is aggressively rhythmic and I contributed some 'get Down Make Love'-type guitar as well as some soloing."

Britney & Justin Unveil T-shirts

New T-shirts benefiting charities founded by Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake were revealed at Planet Hollywood's Times Square location last Sunday. T-shirt sales will go towards each of their respective charities, the Britney Spears Foundation and the Justin Timberlake Foundation. Spears said her T-shirt designs were inspired by her feelings after the events of September 11th in the U.S. while Timberlake's design is based on the tattoo on his upper left arm of a gold cross. The t-shirts are available at Planet Hollywood locations in the U.S., London and Paris. "I am so thrilled to be able to raise funds for my Foundation with the sale of the shirts," said Spears."The designs came straight from my heart and I hope all my fans will support the Foundation and its many worthy programs by buying the shirt."

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from: childofpunk76
date: Feb. 11th, 2002 03:31 pm (UTC)

I never thought I could take another human beings life...til Fred Durst came along.

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from: witchmooon
date: Feb. 11th, 2002 04:06 pm (UTC)

I know how you feel...

where's my gun..

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