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Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst: “Our New Album May Be Too Raw And Psychotic For Some Of You”

Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst had some words to share about the groups forthcoming new album “Stampede Of The Disco Elephants“. Here’s what he had to say:

“Our new album may be too raw and psychotic for some of you. If so, tough luck. It’s important to me that this album is something to help you…feel. My mind is in your gutter.”

Most recently Durst has been reunited with producer Ross Robinson (Korn, Slipknot) laying down for vocals for the album, which is tentatively due out later this year on Cash Money Records.

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    • The fact that Ross Robinson is at the helm for this shit show, I will actually give it a listen when it gets crapped out. Almost everything Ross has always worked on brings something new or interesting to listen in on.

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    • JohnnyWetTowel     February 23, 2013 at 12:56 pm

      Pressing words to live by, as always, from Fred D.
      And I think there’s something in this for everyone. I think we can all take away something from this profound statement.

      I’m just not sure what that is.

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    • Lifeseclipse     February 24, 2013 at 2:46 am

      You know how people will say, “I can’t get the lid off this jar, it’s on too tight!” Then everyone tries to see if THEY can handle the situation. Well… here it is. Fred must have thought long and hard about this great marketing strategy.

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    • Aggroculture     February 24, 2013 at 11:25 am

      Looking forward to this.
      Gold Cobra had some good songs, but a somewhat short-lasting appeal: something flat about its sound. It lacked depth.

      The presence of Robinson could go either way: Korn III was a disaster. Come to think of it, I can’t recall a single “back to our roots” album that is good.

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    • My Farts Linger     February 24, 2013 at 3:27 pm

      I don’t understand how anyone that is a fan of complex music, could like Limp Bizkit. I enjoy some of their older stuff, solely for nostalgia sake; however, as my musical taste has grown and evolved, it is easy to see what a joke they are. They don’t compose complex songs, they don’t write good lyrics, and in my opinion, they put on a very mediocre live show.

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    • You know a band that’s nu-metalish in style that were late to the party but were very good? Index Case. Their first legitimately produced album, self titled, was 5 years late to the party but definitely could’ve fit in and been accepted by many who were into the genre at the time. I dare say they have a bit of a unique sound due to the vocalist’s voice and the way in which he uses it.

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    • MyDarkPassenger     February 25, 2013 at 1:48 pm

      This is a classic appeal to the “if people don’t like our sound it’s only because they don’t GET IT” angle. The rest of the band should really have veto power over this guy’s tweets.

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    • Call me crazy but I still bust out break stuff from time to time, wouldn’t buy an LB record but I would definitely see them live, sort of how I feel about Slipknot.

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