ShipRocked Cruise Taps Lacuna Coil, Limp Bizkit

Metal Allegiance, Andrew W.K., Sevendust also playing

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I guess this is what Lacuna Coil wants — to be lumped in with the cock rock acts of yesterday and today. Because Lacuna Coil are playing the ShipRocked Cruise in February.

ShipRocked — billed as “the ultimate rock music cruise vacation” — will sail roundtrip between the Port Of Miami and Great Stirrup Cay in the Bahamas from February 2-6, 2015 onboard the Norwegian Pearl.

It’ll be headlined by Limp Bizkit.

Offers Fred Durst:

“Limp Bizkit? New album? Sunshine? Metal party? Phil Anselmo? Unlimited lobster? Half-naked women? No rules? Loud music? Every day? Every night? Repeat five times in a row? You don’t have to ask me twice. I’M IN!!!!! See you there, Bizkit heads!!”

You’d have to ask me at least thrice to attend this shit, and I’d still turn your ass down.

The sixth ShipRocked will also feature Chevelle, heavy metal all-star band Metal Allegiance, Black Label Society, Buckcherry, P.O.D., Sevendust, Tremonti, Andrew W.K., Living Colour, Filter, Nonpoint, Otherwise, Zach Myers of Shinedown with J.R. Moore & Zack Mack, Crobot, Thousand Foot Krutch, Wilson, Islander, Andy Wood, Letters From The Fire, Cilver, and DJ Lippy Rage.

For the Super Sail Away, cruise guests will avoid boarding lines by checking into their cabins during the day on February 1.

The cost is about the same as a hotel room, food is included, the Super Bowl will be shown on big screens, bands will perform, and guests can check out the bars, get pampered in the spa, and gamble at the casino (while at sea).

“It’ll be a blast to rejoin my fellow badass Metal Allegiance compatriots on ShipRocked 2015,” says Philip H. Anselmo of Metal Allegiance. “Expect more blasts from the past, plus some killer musicians amongst the awesome atmosphere of jamming on the water! Come out and jam with us!”

We can only hope one of the passengers of the ship has undetected Ebola.

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