Limp Bizkit Unveils Two New Videos

Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst turned up on the 500th episode of MTV's "Total Request Live" on Friday to debut not one but two new videos from his band's upcoming album.

During the one-hour show, Durst gave fans a taste of the band's upcoming album, "Chocolate Starfish And The Hot Dog Flavored Water," with videos for "Rollin'" and "My Generation."

The first premiere of the day, "Rollin'," intercut footage of the band cruising through New York (in a car accidentally donated by Ben Stiller and Stephen Dorff) with a nighttime rooftop Limp performance reminiscent of Guns N' Roses' "Don't Cry" [RealVideo] video. Next, Limp unveiled "My Generation," a clip culled from all-access footage shot on the band's recent Napster-sponsored "Back To Basics" tour, as well as performance footage shot on a soundstage. Both videos were directed, once again, by Durst himself.

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Bizkit will deliver "Chocolate Starfish And The Hot Dog Flavored Water" on October 17 but may bring its new music to fans sooner than that. While on the red carpet at last week's 2000 MTV Video Music Awards, Durst said that the band was putting together a tour with Eminem, DMX, Papa Roach, and Xzibit, a trek that he dubbed "The World's Most Hated" tour (see "Limp, Metallica, Sisqo Sound Off On Red Carpet").

Beyond the Limp premieres, Friday's "TRL" birthday episode also boasted appearances by Jay-Z and Kid Rock associate Joe C, as well as phone calls from Kid Rock and 98 Degrees.