LIMP BIZKIT: 'Eat You Alive' Video Posted Online

August 13, 2003

LIMP BIZKIT's video for their new single, "Eat You Alive", has been posted online in streaming Windows Media at this location.

As previously reported, the clip features LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst taking the art of courting to a new level, kidnapping his crush (actress Thora Birch) and whisking her away "deep into the woods," according to Durst's post on BIZKIT's official web site.

"I have prepared, in my mind, a beautiful performance area for her," he continued. "I am hoping it will show her how much I want her and actually really like her. It's just in a sick sorta way. In the meantime, her father [actor Bill Paxton] is hot on my trail and will not let me have anything to do with his sweet innocent daughter. He's rounded up some of his backwoods boys and hound dogs to get hot on my trail."

The Durst-directed video will premiere Wednesday (August 13) on MTV's "TRL". The cut will debut this week at No. 33 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks airplay chart and No. 36 on Mainstream Rock Tracks.

"It is a bit aggressive, but very heartfelt in my own sick way," Durst said of the song. "It is unlike any song on the rest of the CD, but so is every song on the CD. None of them have the same feel."

LIMP BIZKIT has four European dates lined up in the coming weeks: Aug. 31 at the Terremoto Festival in Weeze, Germany, Sept. 2 in Amsterdam, Sept. 4 in Manchester and a free Sept. 6 show at London's Finsbury Park. Tickets for the Manchester gig are priced at £25.00 (plus booking fee) and can be obtained by visiting or calling 0870 100 0000. The band's upcoming Flip/Interscope record will arrive Sept. 23.

(Thanks: The Armpit)

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