Limp Bizkit loses record deal, thousands fail to care

This isn't news so much as cosmic justice, but Interscope Records has finally dropped '90s nu-metal relic Limp Bizkit after its latest album, Gold Cobra, sold only 63,000 copies. Fred Durst, the band's singer — uh, let's make that "frontman" — is hilariously in denial about the death throes of his music career. "One of the things with Gold Cobra was that it was a record for us to do for ourselves, for the core fans, for some of the people that we know in the industry," Durst said during an interview on the podcast Poolside with Dean Delray, which is the only media outlet currently interested in his... um... thoughts. (Apparently the "people that we know in the industry" did not include executives at the band's record label.) "It wasn't our step forward to make a big pop, smash [...]
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