In a statement that is sure to make corpse-paint-wearing dudes in Scandinavia shake their broadswords in anger, Fred Durst has told Billboard magazine that Limp Bizkit is working on the "heaviest, most crazy metal record of all time."

Said collection, 'The Unquestionable Truth, Part 2,' will likely be an EP, and according to Durst, it will "counter balance" the "big, fat, ginormous hip-rock songs" he and his band are planning to record with Cash Money, the hip-hop imprint they recently signed with.

"We're gonna give out some mayhem and madness ... to those people who really lean that way with us," he said of the more rock-oriented project.

In terms of the rap stuff, Limp Bizkit is preparing to drop 'Ready to Go,' a tune they recorded with rapper Lil Wayne.

"It sounds like a monster; it literally sounds dangerous," Durst said of the track, which they plan to distribute for free online. "It sounds like that left of center, that place of discomfort that created rock 'n' roll, created the [heavy] metal, where it all spawned from."

Clearly, Durst is stoked about the new label, and moving forward, he'll look to immerse himself in the hip-hop world.

"I"m going to get with the producers, get with the people in the Cash Money camp, go wherever I need to go -- Miami, Atlanta," he said. "You just come in and you're there and you give it 110 percent for 12 hours, 24, 36 hours and you leave with a song. That's the vibe. You go in and walk out with a monster and keep moving forward song after song."