Fucks sake, just when you thought the whole, emo band thing was fading away, we go BACKWARDS in time and now every shitty fucking band from the late 90s has decided that they are now too broke and need to reunite....
Oh good, I was hoping these faggots would get back together. I mean I was really missing a group of 30 year olds singing about how it sucks to be grounded.... Here is what MTV has to say on this shit.
It's official: With an introduction of "together again," Blink-182 confirmed that they are back in the Blink business at the Grammy Awards Sunday night (February 8) when they appeared onstage together for the first time in four years.
Emerging to sounds of their 1999 hit "What's My Age Again," bassist Mark Hoppus, drummer Travis Barker — wearing a sling on his injured left arm — and estranged guitarist Tom DeLonge walked out together, with Hoppus joking, "Isn't it great to see the Jonas Brothers and Stevie Wonder back together again?" after the unlikely pairing performed a medley of the Bros' "Burning Up" and Wonder's "Superstition." Barker added, "We used to play music together, and we decided we're going to play music together again," as DeLonge stood awkwardly to the side. Hoppus also yelled, "Blink-182 is back!"
Ugh, god damnit, what could be worse? Wait I know!
LIMP BIZKIT IS BACK TOGETHER!!!! OH FUCK YEAAAAAAAA MORE SONGS ABOUT UHHH...
Nookie, and Rollin? I dunno, wtf was that shit about? This is what Billboard has to say....
Dormant for eight years, the original lineup of Limp Bizkit is reuniting for a tour and new album, according to a statement from Interscope Records.
Fred Durst, Wes Borland, Sam Rivers, John Otto and DJ Lethal were last active in the fall of 2001, after which Borland left the band to focus on his own music. Borland rejoined for the 2004 EP "The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1)," but left again shortly thereafter.
Limp Bizkit has essentially been on hiatus since then, with Durst devoting his energies to directing and acting in film.
Although all dates are not yet confirmed, the band will play international festivals this spring, including shows in Eastern Europe, as well as Germany's Rock Am Ring and Rock Im Park festivals.
Jesus christ..... I give up.