Limp Bizkit, like Nickelback, have their fair share of detractors. But no one can deny that they were a huge draw in the late 90s and early 2000s.
Currently Fred Durst and company are on tour in Australia, and one reviewer has let his feelings be known about Sunday night's show in Sydney.
Writing for Tone Deaf, Jimmy Recard gives three "solid" reasons why "Limp Bizkit are better than what your hipster mates say."
He calls them a great live band who holds "the crowd in the palm of their hand". Their hits helped shape a generation with their blending of "90s hip-hop grooves with down-tuned guitars and disenfranchised angst". And finally because they "inject" fun into their music. "Any band that decides to name its album 'Chocolate Starfish and the Hotdog Flavored Water' evidently does not take itself too seriously."