Limp Bizkit Is Back With A New D*ck-Swinging Song About Saving Rock ‘N’ Roll

It’s just one of those days when you don’t wanna wake up. Everything is f*cked up, everything sucks. You don’t really know why, but you wanna justify ripping someone’s head off. Actually, scratch that, you do know why: it’s because the L-I-M-P Bizkit hath returned, with a new song, “Ready to Go,” from their new album, Stampede of the Disco Elephants, for their new label, Lil Wayne’s Cash Money, in a new age.

It’s everything you’d want a Bizkit song in 2013 to be: dated references to Lady Gaga’s poker face and Fred Durst’s maybe, possibly sexual encounter with Britney Spears a decade ago; endless, hilarious boasts about how Limp and only Limp can save rock ‘n’ roll; a comatose-sounding verse from Weezy, because rock? Come for the “Freddy D, the public enemy,” stay for the “I don’t give a f*ck, prolly never will/Bitch get at me if that ass like Jessica Biel’s.”