Limp Bizkit's Wes Borland

Hear The Shelved Demos From Limp Bizkit Guitarist Wes Borland’s Eat The Day Project


Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland has released a collection of demos from his shelved early 2000s project, Eat The Day. That 8-song collection is available now across leading streaming/download platforms (including Amazon, etc.) and can be heard below. Borland worked on the project back in 2003 following his then departure from Limp Bizkit. The project was eventually scrapped after being unable to find a suitable singer.

Eventually Borland teamed with vocalist/guitarist Richard Patrick (Filter), drummer Josh Freese (The Vandals, ex-A Perfect Circle, etc.) and sampler/programmer Danny Lohner (ex-Nine Inch Nails, etc.) as a merger between Eat The Day and their project The Damning Well, but it is unclear how far anything progressed with that.

Borland commented of its release:

“The Eat The Day album is out today! You can find a link in my bio which will direct you to all of the platforms where it can be streamed or purchased. Eat The Day is an 18 year old shelved project that was comprised of myself, my brother Scott Borland, and Greg Isabelle, who was also the drummer for Big dumb Face, on drums and percussion.

I’m so pleased with everyone’s early reactions to the album. We’re all definitely flattered and honored to release this much loved project of ours after shelving it for 18 years. We were so busy looking for a singer, that we didn’t realize that the songs all stood on their own without the need for vocals.

Thanks for listening and for those of you who waited for this, we’re so happy you did.”

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