Limp Bizkit Hoping To Have New Album Out By July, Pondering Splitting It Into Pieces


Limp Bizkit vocalist Fred Durst and guitarist Wes Borland were interviewed on last night’s ‘BBC Radio 1 Rock Show With Daniel P Carter‘. According to frontman Fred Durst the band have set a deadline on their new album “Stampede Of The Disco Elephants“, and thus hope to have it out in time for their appearance at the UK ‘Sonisphere” in early July.

The group are also toying with the idea of breaking up the album into a number of pieces as opposed to a traditional track listing. In doing so they seek o thwart the current mindset of listeners choosing songs over entire albums. The group argue that the concept would be “polarizing” and want the effort to experienced in full. To that end Durst offered:

“It’s not about songs anymore. It’s about getting on the rollercoaster, waiting in line, getting on it, and it takes off and you can’t get off of it until it stops.”

You can listen to the full interview portion below: