January 23, 2003 13:08


Fred Durst reveals that 'Less Is More' has "all the things you love and hate about Limp Bizkit", so maybe nobody ever cared about Wes Borland...

FRED DURST has promised that the new LIMP BIZKIT album, 'LESS IS MORE', has "definitely got all the things you love and hate about LIMP BIZKIT".

Writing on www.limpbizkit.com, Durst revealed that the album is almost complete. " I've only got two more songs to put the vocals on so it's gettin' close to being finished. It's definitely got all the things you love and hate about Limp Bizkit. I found myself singing about a lot of things going on in my life that I've just been fed up with for more than a minute and even things that have just happened recently."

Durst also revealed that he will be putting snippets of the new songs online and that the lyrics to new single 'Crack Addict' will also be on the site shortly.

Both the album and single will be released later this year.

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