Endless Slaughter

"Endless Slaughter"
Single by Limp Bizkit
from the album Stampede of the Disco Elephants
Released August 1, 2014 (2014-08-01)
Format Digital download, cassette
Recorded 2014
Genre Nu metal, experimental metal, rap metal
Length 5:37
Label Cash Money Records
Limp Bizkit singles chronology
"Endless Slaughter"
Alternative cover
Cassette artwork

"Endless Slaughter" is a single by American rock band Limp Bizkit, scheduled for their upcoming studio album Stampede of the Disco Elephants, the song was released as a free download on August 1, 2014.


The song was originally intended to be released on cassette during their European tour.[1] When the cassettes were delayed, the track was made available on their site as a free download.[2]


The song itself is divided into four segments that cover a wide range of genres: part one is a two-minute experimental metal segment from which "Endless Slaughter" gets its name, it's the longest and most structured part of the song.

Part two is a softer, somewhat ambient interlude that leads into part three; a glam rock-oriented breakdown and the shortest segment, lasting about 40 seconds.

The fourth and final part starts with a distorted guitar solo and quickly becomes a hip hop song that ends abruptly. The fourth part is also the only segment that features Rivers.

Music video

The music video, released on August 24, was filmed during the band's European tour,[3] and consists of four long takes for each band member and each part of the song, Otto and Durst's portions were filmed at The Patronaat.[4]

Critical reception

The song has had a mixed reception with critics and fans alike.[5][6]


Limp Bizkit

Recording Staff


External links

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