Limp Bizkit's New Black Metal Logo Will Make You Want to Break Stuff

Limp Bizkit's New Black Metal Logo Will Make You Want to Break Stuff
Limp Bizkit have unquestionably blown past the mid-life crisis of their career, to the point where guitarist Wes Borland feels trapped and their most popular concerts are fictional gas station performances. That the long-running nü-metal rap-rock band would feel the need for a rebrand makes sense.

Unfortunately, they've gone about it in the worst way imaginable. Over on their social media pages, the Biz have shared a pair of new logos with predictably terrible results.

Above, you'll see Limp Bizkit's new, black metal-inspired logo. Rather than looking like the illegible, unholy screed of a Norwegian monster, however, their black metal-inspired iconography looks as if it was scrawled in the opening pages of a remedial math textbook.

Looking a little closer, the black metal logo features both a Celtic cross and a pentagram. Spooky!

As if that weren't bad enough, they've also shared a slicker (but no less awful) logo that features spread wings, a skull, emo stars, a spade, a lightning bolt and a misspelled abbreviation of the word "until." It sort of looks like an Affliction shirt that would be worn by a fledgling Las Vegas illusionist.


Thanks to MetalSucks for ruining our day.