If you've made it out to one (or more) of the stops on Limp Bizkit's ongoing spring trek, then you know that the tour is in the running for the biggest party of the year. Fred Durst and Co. assembled a cutting-edge bill of young up-and-comers to open each night — including Revolver faves Dying Wish, Wargasm and Scowl — and have been inviting members of the support acts, as well as over-the-moon fans from the crowd, onto the stage for choice songs, including a show-ending free-for-all to "Break Stuff."
In Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, Bizkit pulled up one particularly enthusiastic red-baseball-cap-topped diehard during their cover of Rage Against the Machine's "Killing in the Name," a staple of the group's live set since 2013. The cover kicks in around the 3:53 mark in the video above, and it's a fun watch, with the fan clearly losing his mind and giving it his all.
For his part, Durst was thoroughly impressed, lifting the fan's arm in a gesture of triumph at the end and inviting "the local" to party with Bizkit backstage: "You're too good," he enthused. The singer then directed the fan to "just relax" in the La-Z-Boy recliner that is a central prop in Bizkit's "dad vibes"-focused live production. "That's my man there, bro," Durst continued to the audience. "He's going hard as fuck." Indeed.