Get ready for CW’s latest horror series. The network which in one form or another has given us Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Charmed, and Supernatural has yet another nightmare-inducing program in the works, and it might be the scariest of them all. It’s The Noise a drama based on the life of the lead singer of Limp Bizkit, Fred Durst.
The Noise is being described as a show set in the dark nether regions of 1990’s inspired by “rise from a "tumultuous home life" to fronting a rock band -- similar to Limp Bizkit.” Durst was lead singer of Limp Bizkit, who was one of the original “nu-metal” bands that may have singlehandedly done more damage to rock music as we know it than any other band of the era with it’s fusion of metal, grunge and rap. The band is best known for tracks such as “Nookie,” “Break Stuff,” and a nauseatingly bad cover of George Michael’s “Faith.” The later of the three has been known to summon Cthulhu. (Okay, maybe not, but it wouldn't shock anyone if it did.)
Durst, who will be a co-executive producer on the show, which will undoubtedly unleashed untold horrors on the viewing public the way earlier CW or WB shows like Buffy or Angel did.
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