Welcome to Madrid
Their last concert in Spain was eight years ago, but Limp Bizkit is back in Madrid to offer its fans a unique concert. On 26 August, the WiZink Center will vibrate to the rhythm of the greatest hits of the discography of the American band led by the vocalist, Fred Durst.
The last time the Spanish public had the opportunity to see them was at the former Sonisphere festival held in 2012. On this occasion, the group is not presenting a new album but will review its greatest hits in albums, such as Gold Cobra (2011), Results May Vay (2003), Chocolate Starfish and Hot Dog Flavored Water (2000), Significant Other (1999) and Three Dollar Bill, Yall$ (1997).
The band, which got together in the city of Jacksonville, Florida, in 1994, came to fame in 1999 with its second album, Significant Other. However, its most international hit came with the release of Chocolate Starfish and the Hotdog Flavored Water in 2000, which included the song, Take a Look Around, and which was part of the soundtrack for the film, Mission: Impossible II.
The American nu-metal and rap metal band is currently made up of the vocalist, Fred Durst, the bass player, Sam Rivers, John Otto on the drums, Wes Borland on the guitar and Dj Lethal on the mixing table. Nominated three times for the Grammy Awards, they are estimated to have worldwide sales of 40 million copies in their entire discography. Everything seems to point towards a return of Limp Bizkit on the music scene with the release of their sixth album, of which the single, Wasteoid, has already been heard live.