The album is described as "rap-rock, like Limp Bizkit, but with a Prince flair"...

Members of CYPRESS HILL appear on the forthcoming BIOHAZARD album, which has been described by the band's producer as "rap-rock, like LIMP BIZKIT, but with a PRINCE flair".

Cypress Hill rapper Sen Dog is set to appear on the track 'Last Man Standing' on the as-yet-untitled record, due in spring. The song is also being touted as a future single.

PM Dawn producer Jive Jones, who is working on the album with the band, told US website "I'm all over the place right now, but Biohazard is like a dream come true for me. I've been listening to them since I was a kid. These guys really got the rap-metal thing started.

"I want to call the record 'Take It Back' because that's what we're doing. We're not taking it back time-wise, we're taking back the rap-metal claim."

Biohazard's last album, 'New World Disorder', was released in 1999, and featured guest appearances from members of Sepultura and Fear Factory.

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