LIMP BIZKIT's FRED DURST In 'Fight Club' Video Game

Launch Radio Networks is reporting that LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst shows up as a character in the new video game "Fight Club", which is out now and available for PlayStation2, XBox, and Gamecube. The game is based on the movie of the same name, which Durst says is his favorite flick. Reviews of the game on sites like have been less than kind, however, although some players out there may enjoy getting the chance to beat up the much-maligned Durst.

Durst recently posted on LIMP BIZKIT's website that their new album, which they're recording in Northern California, is "so fuckking heavy it hurts."

The band's fifth studio effort will follow up their 2003 disc, "Results May Vary", and is expected out by mid-2005.


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