Limp Bizkit’s New ‘Endless Slaughter’ Video — Watch Bandmembers Run Wild

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By Jay Tilles

Limp Bizkit have released “Endless Slaughter,” a new song and video from their forthcoming album Stampede Of The Disco Elephants due out this fall.

The unusual video features four distinct clips edited together, each focused one of the band members. Beginning with black and white concert footage shot while on tour in Europe, Fred Durst is seen singing from the crowd sandwiched by security guards and fans. The second clip features bassist Sam Rivers hiking up to bridge, looking longingly over the river below. Clip three follows a kilt-wearing Wes Borland covered in black makeup, running through narrow cobblestone streets and scaling a wall like a super-villain. The fourth and final clip features Johnny Otto doing what he does best; drumming.

Limp Bizkit will hit the road for the Endless Slaughter tour with Machine Gun Kelly & BLVCK CEILING. The tour launches September 13 in Sacramento, CA at the Aftershock Festival, wrapping up October 12 in Silver Spring, MD.

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