Limp Bizkit Record ‘Most Addictive Album Yet’
The recently reunited original line-up of Limp Bizkit have run the gamut of summer festivals worldwide in 2009, and are now in the studio recording their fifth album and follow-up to 2003's 'Results May Vary.'
Frontman Fred Durst offers an update on the recording process, exclaiming, "We have recorded what we feel is our most addictive album yet -- instrumentally. I am in process of doing vocals now in my home studio. So far I am four songs deep and moving along with confidence and grace. We haven't committed to an album title yet, but we know of one we like. Release date will be as soon as I am finished. A single and video will be our way before that."
The forthcoming album is the band's first one featuring the original lineup in nine years -- with 2000's 'Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water' being the last.
Though more details have yet to be announced on the album front, Durst goes on to explain what's next in store for Limp Bizkit in terms of touring, saying, "We want to get to South America, etc. [as soon as possible] and hit the U.S. and Canada with the big finale. We will go worldwide w this tour and have been asked to headline most of 2010 festivals."
Limp Bizkit's label, Flip/ Interscope, promises more details to be announced in the coming months.