Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst directs an advert for online dating website

The singer has signed on to direct three ads for eHarmony

Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst directs an advert for online dating website

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Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst has directed a television advert for online dating website eHarmony.

According to Ad Age, the commercial – titled 'Caroline and Friend' – is the first of three the singer is slated to helm and is currently testing with audiences. 'Witch/Ogre' and 'Bouquet' are due to start testing later this year. Scroll down to view the new advert.

"It was a really amazing experience," said Durst. "The chemistry was perfect right off the bat. I'd definitely be open to doing something else if they wanted me to."

Durst is no stranger to behind the camera having previously directed the 2007 feature film The Education of Charlie Banks and The Longshots in 2008. His first foray into the advertisement world saw the singer direct a piece for computer optimisation tool MyCleanPC earlier this year.

Limp Bizkit's latest album 'Stampede of the Disco Elephants' is due for release later this year. In June the band put out their latest single 'Endless Slaughter' as a cassette-only release.

"These lovely collectibles will be sold only at our concerts. I'd suggest finding one of your oldest of old school friends to supply the cassette deck-equipped boom box for your analogue listening pleasure," they explained.


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