April 10, 2011 22:35

Limp Bizkit put back release date of new album 'Gold Cobra'

Fred Durst announces June 28 as arrival day for new effort

Limp Bizkit put back release date of new album 'Gold Cobra'

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Limp Bizkit are now set to release their new album 'Gold Cobra' on June 28 in the US.

Following earlier reports of a June 7 arrival, frontman Fred Durst told fans about the pushed-back release date through Twitter.com/freddurst.

He wrote: "Limp Bizkit fans - new release date is June 28 [US]! Had our Interscope meeting today, went amazing. We picked our singles. Time for videos."

He added: "Worked on 'Gold Cobra' album artwork today while watching the Masters. Ended up with Tiger Woods and Fred Couples wearing gold chains!"

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