Limp Bizkit at Glastonbury? 'I doubt we'll ever be invited'

The nu-metal band say they'd play the Somerset festival given the opportunity

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Limp Bizkit say they'd be "grateful" for the opportunity to one day play Glastonbury festival.

Speaking to NME at Sonisphere festival at Knebworth, a week after Metallica became the first metal band to headline Glastonbury, the nu-metal crew say they'd play the event if offered the chance. Fred Durst and Wes Borland also discuss the current state of metal music and give an update on their new album. Watch the video interview above.

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