Wes Borland – 2009.02.13 Norfolk, Virginia

Date: 13th February, 2009
Location: Norfolk, Virginia, USA
Venue: The NorVa
Performing Act: Combichrist
Other Bands: *, Black Light Burns

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Setlist:

01. All Pain Is Gone
02. Get Out Of My Head
03. Electrohead
04. Without Emotions
05. Blut Royale
06. Sent To Destroy
07. Today I Woke To The Rain Of Blood
08. This Is My Rifle
09. Shut Up And Swallow
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10. Today We Are All Demons
11. Nookie (Limp Bizkit cover)
12. This Shit Will Fuck You Up
13. What The Fuck Is Wrong With You?

 

Show Notes:
– This was the famous show where Wes joined Combichrist to play ‘This Shit Will Fuck You Up’ with them, but the band decided to prank Wes by switching to ‘Nookie’ in the middle of ‘This Shit Will Fuck You Up’, causing Wes to play Nookie on guitar, too. Combichrist’s then tour manager Dink also came out on stage dressed as Fred Durst and lip-synched along, causing Wes to play along the song as well. After that, Wes stayed on stage to sing ‘What The Fuck Is Wrong With You’ with Combichrist.

 

Other Notes:
– Setlist order is unconfirmed.
– Joe Letz (drummer of Combichrist) commented following words afterwards:
“We had invited Wes and Marshall Kilpatric (guitarrist for Black Light Burns at the time) to join us onstage for a very special encore of COMBICHRIST songs, and right after performing ‘Today We Are All Demons’, Andy (vocalist for Combichrist) mentioned Wes’ recently announced reunion with Limp Bizkit. We then went into a little playback of ‘Nookie’, which saw our tour manager Dink running out on stage with a microphone and a red baseball cap. Wes was a great sport and played along with the track with the rest of us. We then finished off our set with ‘This Shit Will Fuck You Up’ and ‘What The Fuck Is Wrong With You’, which we invited all of Black Light Burns on stage for and basically broke everything that wasn’t nailed down. Let us be the first to say that we support Wes and his decision to reunite with Limp Bizkit. Wes’ presence and performance in that band was a big influence on me personally growing up and I’ll by psyched on seeing him rock out with them once again. We will also be looking forward to Limp downtime so that we can bring our new brothers in Black Light Burns out on tour with us again.”