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Legendary band Limp Bizkit has confirmed its presence on the poster of the forthcoming Electric Castle, July 17-21, 2019.
The three Grammy nominations or over 40 million albums sold are the remarkable achievements of the band, but they say little about how Limp Bizkit has influenced the musical scene over the past two decades. The Metal No Limp style, Limp Bizkit was among the first bands to be able to combine two completely styled musical styles, rock and rap. The rumors that the band is working on a new album are more and more lately, so the audience at Electric Castle can expect big surprises alongside the classic Rollin, Break Stuff or MyGeneration.
Among the new names confirmed by the organizers are Nils Frahm, Chvrches, Sigma, Zomboy, Zeds Dead and Infected Mushroom.
Prepare to be “hypnotized” by the music of Nils Fraham, the pianist and German composer, known for his sensational approach to classical music, bringing electronic music elements.
Chvches, the synth-pop scottish band that has gained worldwide popularity both through music and the constant activism in promoting female talents in the music industry, alongside controversial Zomboy, renowned for its shows explosive.
Infected Mushroom, some of the best-selling Israeli artists of all time, bring to Electric Castle the experience of those who have spent the last 20 years developing the psytrance style for new generations of youngsters, without this affecting the audience that still admire them from the early 1990s.
Another important event is Sigma, who returns after three years in the line-up of the festival, while working on his second album, which will be released this summer.
A premiere in the musical styles of Electric Castle is Giggs, one of the most powerful voices of grime, hip hop born in the south of London and quickly embraced by fans around the world.
Pan & Pan also bring the energy gathered from the cultural experiences lived around the world, completing the series of feminine performances on the stage of the festival