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to Explode on Ireland...
rockers Limp Bizkit made an explosive start
to their European tour in Holland on Wednesday night
amid fears that their massive pyrotechnic stage show
was putting the band in danger as well as the fans.
Which will effect Irish crowds when the band play
Punchestown Racecourse on Tuesday, June 26th.
U.S. nu-metallers had to have a last-minute check
made by health and safety experts at Amsterdam's Heineken
Music Hall because of the sheer force of their explosive
officials feared the flames and blasts they are using
live could end up torching the band as they played.
A worried health and safety inspector told the Sun
newspaper: "This is the biggest pyrotechnic display
we have ever seen. Limp Bizkit insist on using a lot
of explosives during the show and we had some concerns
because the band are playing so close to them. The
last thing we wanted was something to go wrong and
the show ending in a disaster."
Bizkit, who have stormed the UK and Europe with their
brand of rock and hip-hop, are touring with an estimated
£250,000-worth of explosives in tow.
hit the stage to a barrage of terrific explosions.
Then the stunned 8,000-strong crowd fell silent as
20ft flames shot through the stage, with singer Fred
Durst taunting fans: "Do you like fire?"
he also showed a soft side, plucking nervous Dutch
fan Emma Cook from the crowd during The
One to dance with him on stage. Later Fred stopped
the gig to invite a teenage boy up with him and gave
him a Limp Bizkit tour cap.
Bizkit moved up a gear, rocking with Hot Dog,
from the massive album Chocolate Starfish And The
Hotdog Flavored Water.
furious pace continued until they played out with
their greatest hits including My Way, My Generation,
Take A Look Around and Rollin'.
left the show in no doubt that Limp Bizkit are the
kings of nu-metal and Ireland should get ready to