In the '90s and early 2000s Limp Bizkit was a band music fans couldn't escape. The rap rockers were at the peak of their popularity with hits like "Nookie" and "Break Stuff."
In a time when MTV was still a thing and Carson Daly was the host of TRL, bands like Limp Bizkit were kings. But then something happened and the band just faded away. So what the heck happened to limp bizkit?
After a long set on the Space Zebra stage at Louder Than Life Festival, Limp Bizkit performed their final song. Then frontman Fred Durst demanded the cameras be turned off. He said he wanted to "give the audience a moment to be themselves."
During the performance, some of the crowd began taking down boards from the central tower that holds the band's instruments. Then some of the more reckless fans started surfing on top of them. At one point, Durst even crowd-surfed on a board.
Durst is known for constantly changing up his look onstage. On this tour he has been sporting a more country-looking look with denim overalls and a beard. His guitarist Wes Borland was also decked out in some armored gear that made him look like something from a sci-fi movie.