Limp Bizkit Release “Endless Slaughter” Music Video

Limp Bizkit

Several weeks after dividing fans with the premiere of their latest single, Limp Bizkit have delivered the official visuals for “Endless Slaughter.”

We were part of the crowd who were less than thrilled with “Endless Slaughter” when it debuted, and to be completely honest time has not changed our opinion. The video, however, is something wholly entertaining whether or not you enjoy the accompanying music. It plays as three short films, much like the song feels like three ideas slammed together. Each sequence has its own tone and story, but it never culminates into anything all that meaningful. There’s a great first person performance shot to kick things off, which is showcased entirely in black and white. The second act features a somber evening and a man deep in thought. The third is performance heavy, but Durst is nowhere to be found. You can view the clip below:

Limp Bizkit have not made any plans for additional singles public, but we are hopeful that more songs will follow in the months to come. First, the band will embark on an extensive US tour with support from Machine Gun Kelly. Click here for tour dates.

One of our favorite unsigned bands, Vanities, recently covered the Bizkit classic “Break Stuff.” It’s not directly related to this story, but it’s certainly worth your time.

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