Original Members of Limp Bizkit to Out New Single After 10-Year Hiatus
The original members of Limp Bizkit will serve up a treat for fans in February 2010 when they release their first new music in almost 10 years. The group's guitarist Wes Borland quit the band in 2001 and again in 2006 after well-publicized fights with frontman Fred Durst.
His departure marked the start of a long hiatus for the group, but Durst and Borland healed their rift and reunited the act with bassist Sam Rivers, drummer John Otto and DJ Lethal in February 2009. The band has been working on their new album, "Gold Cobra", and the first track from the studio sessions is set to be unveiled within weeks.
Taking to his Twitter.com page to announce the news, Durst writes: "(It's) looking like our new single will be finding its way to you more like February-ish. Just making sure everything is ready to strike!"
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