It seems that Limp Bizkit’s love for Rage Against The Machine is not mutual.
While covering the 1992 classic “Killing in the Name,” Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst told the audience, “When I first heard this song, that shat me right the f–k here,” pointing earnestly to his heart.
A touching gesture that surely would have meant the world to the Los Angeles Rap-metal pioneers… or maybe not.
During his Rolling Stone interview, RATM bassist Tim Commerford declared “I do apologise to Limp Bizkit, I really do. I feel really bad that we inspired such bullshit.”
The interview also gave Commerfold a chance to recount one of his memorable rock moments, when he crashed the Video Music Awards during Limp Bizkit’s speech.