Durst Injures Vocal Cords; "Anger Management" Date Rescheduled

With only three cities under their belts, Limp Bizkit, Eminem, Papa Roach and Xzibit were forced to reschedule Tuesday night's Anger Management Tour stop in Albany, New York, due to a vocal injury sustained by Limp frontman Fred Durst.

On Tuesday, Durst was diagnosed as having acute laryngeal edema, otherwise known as swollen vocal cords. The singer noticed he was getting hoarse the previous night during a performance in Worcester, Massachusetts.

The rescheduled Anger Management Tour date is slated to take place at the originally scheduled venue, Albany's Pepsi Arena, on December 11. In the interim, Durst is resting his pipes with the hope of getting himself back on the road by Thursday for a performance north of the border at the Toronto Skydome.

Limp is touring in support of "Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water," which was released on October 17.