Boy, it feels a lot like 1996 'round these parts this week, what with Hole, Tool and now the reunited Limp Bizkit announcing summer shows in St. Louis. Fred Durst and co. will be rolling, rolling, rolling into town on Monday, August 2. Special guest is TBA. (Snoop Dogg, who was originally scheduled to be on the tour, is no longer on it.) Tickets are on sale Saturday, May 15, at noon, and are $26 and $55.50 for pit/reserved and $26 for the lawn. (Tickets are only $10.57 each when you buy the four-pack of lawn seats the first week on sale. That's a bit over three three dollar bills, y'all.) The Bizkit does have a new album due out soon, called Gold Cobra. A song from it, "Why Try" has leaked. IMHO, ICP's "Miracles" > this.
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