Limp Bizkit to start recording new album ‘in a couple of weeks’

Fred Durst and co to hit the studio soon

Limp Bizkit are set to hit the studio to begin work on their first new album since 2005’s ‘The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1)’ in the next few weeks.

The reunited rockers, who played at the Sonisphere festival at Knebworth yesterday (August 2), made the announcement in an exclusive video interview with NME.COM, which you can watch by scrolling down and clicking below.

“We’re about to go into the studio in a couple of weeks and record our new album,” explained frontman Fred Durst. “We feel very confident about that.”

Guitarist Wes Borland added: “It [the songwriting process] takes all shapes and all forms. We’ve written songs during shows in the last tour. Sometimes it’s spontaneous, sometimes it’s like trying to take down a Tyrannosaurus Rex.

“It’s like a pool of ideas. It’s like a bunch of finished songs that everyone’s done on their home studio set-ups. Most of the meat of the record will probably be written when we’re in a room together.”

Watch the video interview in full by clicking below.