[b]NME.COM[/b] can reveal that [b]3-D[/b] is to rework the metallers' new single [b]'3 Libras'[/b]...

Massive Attack rapper 3-D is to remix the new single by A PERFECT CIRCLE, '3 LIBRAS', NME.COM can reveal.

The single, which is set for release in January next year will be backed by the remix, called the All Main Courses mix.

A spokesperson for Massive Attack told NME.COM that the track has a "menacing, dirtier, edgier feel to the original".

In addition to this remix, Massive Attack have previously remixed the Manic Street Preachers single 'If You Tolerate This Your Children Will be Next'.

Massive Attack, who also have been working with the Dandy Warhols, recently regrouped in Barbados during the sessions for their new album, having recorded 85 tracks and ten hours worth of new material at Ridge Farm Studios in Surrey last September.

Speaking previously about the album 3-D said: "If we just sit in the Bristol studio we'll just delve into it randomly...I want to go away and listen to them over and over and write lyrics."

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