Fred Durst is developing a one-hour music drama for the
"The Noise" will follow the rise of a young frontman in the 1990s who escapes a volatile home life and launches a successful band with a unique sound.
Sound familiar? Durst launched his nu-metal band Limp Bizkit in the mid-90s and exploded during the “Total Request Live” days thanks to smash hits such as "Break Stuff," a cover of
The drama is being developed through
This isn't Durst's first swing at a fictional series. In 2011 the rocker developed a sitcom called "Douchebag" with the Tannenbaums about an aging rock star balancing his celebrity and family life. The show never made it to the air, but a rough – and we do mean rough – sneak peek lives in a sad, dark corner of the Internet.
Durst has also directed films, helming 2007’s “The Education of Charlie Banks” and “
And Limp Bizkit fans shouldn't worry. The band is hard at work on a comeback album after securing a deal with Cash Money Records last year. A new album is expected to arrive in 2014, so dust off those fitted caps and stock up on black T-shirts and cargo shorts.