Limp Bizkit star on band’s future

Wes Borland isn't optimistic

Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland thinks the band have broken up – but he’s not entirely sure.

The star, who only rejoined the band two years ago for the album ‘The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1)’, is focusing on his own project – Black Light Burns – for now. But he’s not sure if he’ll be teaming up with Fred Durst again.

He told MTV: “We’re officially on hiatus, maybe even officially over. It’s kind of up in the air. No one said, ‘We’re done as a band.’ Everyone’s just doing their own thing, and (some members) don’t have time for this band anymore.”

He added: “I haven’t quit, but I’ve also decided to stop thinking about Limp. I’m not going to keep trying to breathe life into a dying animal.

“It just ground to a halt,” he continued. “We just basically stopped talking. I feel bad for the fans that (might) think something’s actually going to happen with Limp. It’s not happening. ‘The Unquestionable Truth (Part 2)’ is not coming out. If it does, I’d be super surprised. But you can never say never. Anything’s possible. As of right now, none of my future plans include Limp Bizkit.”

Black Light Burns‘ debut, ‘Cruel Melody’, is due out this summer.