Limp Bizkit "Thieves" Song Review – 5 out of 5 stars
Fri, 01 Nov 2013 12:42:06
Limp Bizkit blast out their heaviest salvo yet with a brutal take on Ministry classic "Thieves".
Nodding back to Three Dollar Bill Y'All$, Fred Durst screams with unbridled and unmatched fury as Wes Borland's staccato riffing rages ahead at full speed. At the same time, this is Limp Bizkit 2014, and a fresh energy courses through the furious John Otto drumming and bombastic Sam Rivers bass wallop. It's as vicious as modern metal gets, serving as a fiery prelude to next year's Cash Money Records inaugural offering, Stampede of the Disco Elephants.
The attack subsides only momentarily into an electronic break, but the real majesty of thieves arrives on the succinct bounce building throughout the verses. This one was made for the mosh pits, and it's Limp Bizkit at their most pummeling and punishing. "Thieves" hits like never before, and the Jacksonville foursome remain one of metal's most crushing outfits.
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