Feature: Albums We Hope Change the Game in 2013 – Limp Bizkit
Wed, 16 Jan 2013 08:45:33
There are a few records on the horizon in 2013 that we're sure are going to completely change the game.
New music is always exciting prospect, and we bring you the records we think will totally blow you away in 2013.
Next up is…
Limp Bizkit— Stampede of the Disco Elephants
Now, Limp Bizkit specializes in flipping the script.
That's been a touchstone of their entire ethos since day one. If you go back to Three Dollar Bill, Yall$, Significant Other, Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water, they all wield the kind of seismic genre-shifting potency timeless records are made of. Their punch's power never diminishes—especially live. Teaming up with Cash Money Records and YMCMB and dropping Stamped of the Disco Elephants stands out as a prescient and precise creative move for Fred Durst, Wes Borland, Sam Rivers, and John Otto.
The alchemy between Borland's warped riff wizardry, Rivers's funkified bass wallop, Otto's syncopated synergy, and Durst's unmatched, unfettered, and unique rapping lays the foundation for another hip hop metal milestone. It also elevates Cash Money to a new plateau, owning a big piece of the rock game with these titans.
Once the Stampede hits, either roll with it or get the fuck out of the way…
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