Limp Bizkit frontman’s psychological horror film is fast and forgettable.
The film is reportedly inspired by real-life events in Durst’s life.
The recent Oscar winner performed both “Call Me Irresponsible” and “Fly Me to the Moon”.
The album, which has had the title Stampede of the Disco Elephants for years, will be the band’s first since 2011.
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Shaggy 2 Dope rushed the stage, but his kick landed short of Durst.
Frontman won’t be allowed into the country “in the interests of guaranteeing the security of our state.”
Now you’ll really want to find that soulmate of yours.
Possibly starring a Jim Morrison lookalike.
Abandon all hope ye who enter here.