Limp Bizkit to reform?

Fred Durst says the band 'are excited about the future'

Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst has fuelled rumours that the band are about to reform by writing a cryptic message on the band’s MySpace page.

After enjoying hits such as UK Number One single ‘Rollin” and ‘Take A Look Around’ at the turn of the decade, Limp Bizkit split up in 2006.

Since then, rumours that the band were planning a comeback have been widespread.

In a posting on, Durst seemingly confirmed that the band were on the verge of reuniting.

“Hello my dear family members. Yes, it has been a while. But a while worth the wait,” he wrote. “It is getting very close to time to drop the Bizkit on the universe. I say this with the absolute best intentions and motivation.

“We, Limp Bizkit, are excited about the future for us and for you. LBF is the way. LBF is for life. Let’s stir some shit up my friends.”

Former guitarist Wes Borland is unlikely to join the band if they do reform. As previously reported on NME.COM, Borland joined Marilyn Manson’s band in August 2008.