Limp Bizkit snap indie kids in half

Nu-metal moshers storm Main Stage

Limp Bizkit snap indie kids in half

Photographer: Sara BowreyGraeme Johnston on 28 August 2010

Mosh pits chock full of nostalgic twenty-somethings reliving their teens by beating each other black and blue to tunes like 'Break Stuff' circled so big that unwilling indie kids lost their pit virginity.

Opening with 'Rollin', Fred Durst and co. tore through classic mosh tunes like 'My Generation' and 'Eat You Alive' in front of a stage set up with just a Union Jack.

For 'Life In The Fast Lane', Durst climbed the barrier to lead the crowd through a deafening rap-a-long, while closing on a riff-laden cover of George Michael's 'Faith' he encouraged hundreds of women to climb onto shoulders.

This evening at Leeds Festival sees Cypress Hill, Weezer, Paramore and Blink 182 take to the Main Stage.

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