Limp Bizkit on Glastonbury: 'We Doubt We'll Be Invited'
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 07.10.2014
They'd do it if asked though...
Limp Bizkit aren't holding their breath waiting for a Glastonbury invite. Wes Borland and Fred Durst spoke with NME at Sonisphere and were asked about whether they would play the UK festival, which made headlines this year after Metallica became the first metal band to play there.
"I doubt we'll ever be invited," said Durst, before Borland speculated on whether they would accept.
"...If we are," Borland said, "sure. We would be grateful to accept the opportunity."
The two added that they don't like debuting new songs at festivals and discussed their setlist, saying they can't stick with it. "We have a problem," said Durst. "I'll make the set list about fifteen minutes before we walk out on stage, and then these guys go 'What are we playing'...and sometimes it doesn't feel right and we change it."
Durst added that their next album will be out "this year," saying, "We're in the process of...we see the finish line this year and we're happy with the way it sounds. It's very unique, it's very different. Not something that's going to have ten nicely wrapped-up songs that one of them hopefully makes our new setlist because no one wants to hear that."