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See LIMP BIZKIT go "nu-metal cowboy" at Aftershock festival

Fred Durst and Co. opened AND closed set with "Break Stuff"

Taking a cue from his nu-metal brethren Kid Rock, Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst came out as a "cowboy, baby" at Aftershock festival this past Friday, October 6th.

"Nu-Metal Cowboy" the big screen behind the band declared as Durst, Wes Borland and Co. ripped through a fun, shambolic set that — totally awesomely — opened and closed with "Break Stuff." Watch the full performance in the fan-filmed video above, and check out the full setlist, courtesy of, below.

Next up for Bizkit, the nu-metal cowboys will head down under to Australia and New Zealand for shows this November and December.

Limp Bizkit Aftershock 2023 setlist:
Break Stuff (Included a riff from Creeping Death)
Hot Dog
Interlude (Wanted Dead or Alive)
My Generation
Livin' It Up
Hip Hop Hooray (Naughty by Nature cover)
Master of Puppets (Metallica cover) (Brief riff as a tease)
Rollin' (Air Raid Vehicle)
Thieves (Ministry cover)
My Way
Full Nelson (A fan was invite on stage to sing with Fred)
Take a Look Around
Break Stuff