Limp Bizkit Release “Ready To Go” Video

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Much like cockroaches, Limp Bizkit may outlive us all.

After spending the first half of the year playing spot dates around the world and teasing a return to the United States, nu-metal kings Limp Bizkit have released the official video for “Ready To Go.”

Directed by Fred Durst with production help from Zoo FX, Limp Bizkit’s first music video in years is more or less a mashup of ideas and performance shots thrown together in hopes of creating something great. The results fall short of their intended glory, but somewhere amongst the live footage, performance shots of Durst rapping on a toilet, babes in bikinis, and backstage antics I did find myself having a good time. You can view the clip at the end of this post.

This goes without saying, but seeing Fred Durst and his band returning to marketing tactics like this (the contents of the video, not the video itself) is a harsh reminder of just how much time has passed since “Nookie” first took over radio waves. I don’t think they’re too old for their sound, but their branding could use a bit of an update.

No word yet on new music, but the release of a video leads us to believe Limp Bizkit will have something more to offer in the months ahead. Follow UTG on Twitter to ensure you never miss another headline.

Limp Bizkit Feat. Lil’Wayne – Ready To Go – Official Video from limpbizkitdotfr on Vimeo.

James Shotwell

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