Yungblud And Limp Bizkit Join Forces For Riotous Performance Of 'Break Stuff'

6 June 2023 | 3:00 pm | Ellie Robinson
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It comes after Yungblud joined Bring Me The Horizon to perform their collaborative single ‘OBEY’.

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In what may be the best collaboration of 2023 (so far, of course), Yungblud joined Limp Bizkit at this year’s Rock im Park festival in Germany, helping them out with a truly wild performance of the 1999 classic Break Stuff

Footage of the moment shows Yungblud (aka Dominic Harrison) leaning right into the song’s chaotic energy, letting out a vicious scream and, at one point, calling for a wall of death. He even had the ‘90s nu-metal dance moves on lockdown, thrashing his heart out while the chains on his trousers rattled manically. You can take a look at some crowd-shot video from the set below.

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Rock im Park went down in Nuremberg, Germany last Saturday (June 4), running concurrently with Rock am Ring in Nürburg. Harrison performed his own sets at both festivals, and at the latter, joined Bring Me The Horizon to perform their collaborative single OBEY

When he’s not making waves from stages around the world, Harrison is busy teasing his upcoming single Lowlife. As reported by NME, he’s thus far previewed the song at fan events in London, Los Angeles and Germany. The track itself will be the first to follow his recent third album as Yungblud, a self-titled effort that arrived last September. 

That record was a smash-hit in Australia, peaking in the coveted #1 spot atop the ARIA Albums Chart. In an interview with Kill Your Stereo, he said of his ambitions for the project: “I don’t want to be on a pedestal; I’m not interested. I’m here to scare the shit out of fucking pop stars because I think it's all bollocks. It’s all bollocks. I write music to belong somewhere. I write music to connect to people.”