Bless Fred Durst. He did it all for the Nookie and reaped the rewards of transforming himself into Dr. Dre for the soul-patch set. Still, he has tried to legitimize himself acting in a few films and directly the family-friendly flick The Longshots in 2008. Can a man truly escape his past? Does he need to? Fred certainly shifted the units back in the day. A lot of 'em. Well, it's 2013 and despite lackluster sales of the Bizkit's Gold Cobra, 2011's "comeback" album, The Durst presses on, now signed to Lil Wayne's Cash Money Records for both a new album and a sequel to 2005's The Unquestionable Truth Part 1 with long-time producer Ross Robinson in-tow. So what if Limp Bizkit turned Woodstock 99 into the Altamont of Nu-Metal and authored some of history's finest mainstream mook-rock? Plenty of roofers, ex-Marines and Nookie-ettes will always understand.