Slipknot's Sid Wilson Vs Limp Bizkit's DJ Lethal

11/23/2016
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Lethal Wilson

(Metal Hammer) Slipknot's Sid Wilson will go head-to-head with former Limp Bizkit man DJ Lethal in a DJ battle at Fresno's Strummers venue in California on November 26 (Saturday).

They'll showcase their turntable skills as part of a birthday celebration at the venue. The duo have previously collaborated on their Lethal Wilson project, though they have not yet released material to fans.

Wilson previously revealed the weirdest places that he's played a DJ set in. He said: "I DJ'd in a strip bar before. I got hired to play at party and they didn't tell me anything about it, so I thought it was just a club. I played the set and there were people on the dance floor, but in the background you could see the strippers on the poles."

Wilson added: I've played in all kinds of weird basements and illegal warehouse parties in Chicago. I'd drive there almost every weekend. I'd sit outside the coffee house in Des Moines with my hat, begging for change, and I'd say, 'Hey, I need to get to Chicago for a party, to watch some DJs play and get f***ed up!' and I'd say that over and over until I had enough money in the hat!" Watch the promo video here.

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