Limp Bizkit To Make ‘Heaviest, Most Crazy Metal Record of All Time’
When you think of Limp Bizkit, several classifications come to mind -- we're guessing none of them are "heavy metal band." In a recent conversation about the future of the Bizkit, outspoken frontman Fred Durst revealed some huge expectations for their next release.
Fred Durst recently told Billboard that the follow-up to the 2011 album 'Gold Cobra' will be the "heaviest, most crazy metal record of all time." The statement may stand in stark contrast to the fact that the band signed with a rap label last week, but as he further explained:
"That will service our core and counter balance these big, fat, ginormous hip-rock songs we're going to do [with Cash Money]. We're gonna give out some mayhem and madness...to those people who really lean that way with us."
Durst also says the EP will be titled 'The Unquestionable Truth Part 2' -- in keeping with their 2005 EP of the same name, which also shifted the band in a heavier musical direction. Limp Bizkit are planning to release 'Ready to Go' featuring Lil' Wayne -- their next single and first Cash Money release -- on the internet for free sometime this week.