Rage Against The Machine’s Tim Commerford Apologizes For Inspiring Limp Bizkit | Music News
Sometimes people feel compelled to apologise for atrocities caused by them, whether that’s a crime committed in the past or helping to inspire a band which, in their personal opinion, are “bulls**t”. According to Limp Bizkit front-man Fred Durst, Rage Against The Machine are a huge influence for the band and their rap-rock genre. Durst has covered RATM’s classic ‘screw you’ song “Killing In The Name” countless times and recently dedicated the cover “to the rap-rock band that started this shit”.
Following Durst’s heartfelt dedication, Rage’s bassist Tim Commerford tells Rolling Stone: “I do apologize for Limp Bizkit, I really do. I feel really bad that we inspired such bulls**t”. Ouch. Also, someone should probably tell him that Limp Bizkit are still active: he reveled in the assumption that they were no longer around.
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