Wes Borland was born to his parents, Tom Borland and Sally Borland. There is no much information regarding his parents.
About Wes Borland
Wes Borland is widely recognized as an accomplished guitarist and backing vocalist in the nu metal scene, making significant contributions to the success of the iconic group, Limp Bizkit.
In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Limp Bizkit skyrocketed to mainstream acclaim, with Borland’s unique guitar riffs becoming synonymous with the band’s distinctive sound, shaping chart-topping hits.
In a departure from Limp Bizkit in 2001, Borland embarked on various side projects, such as Eat the Day and The Damning Well, showcasing his steadfast commitment to pushing artistic boundaries.
Upon his return to Limp Bizkit in 2004, Borland not only resumed his original role but also founded Black Light Burns, an alternative and industrial rock band.
With three studio albums and a cover album to their credit, Black Light Burns firmly established Borland as a formidable force in the music industry.
Borland’s influence is further underscored by his noteworthy inclusion in Total Guitar’s Top 100 Guitarists of All Time, securing an impressive 37th spot.
Displaying his entrepreneurial spirit, Borland co-founded the label Edison Sound, offering a platform for the release of his personal musical endeavors.
In 2016, Borland delved into solo pursuits with the unveiling of his album “Crystal Machete,” revealing yet another layer of his creative ingenuity.