The once great Revolver has given time to Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland to wax poetic about the band’s forthcoming LP.
I say once great because Revolver’s now as trustworthy and relevant as…why, Limp Bizit! Revolver’s fucking awful. Why anyone would subscribe to Revolver and not Decibel instead is beyond me.
So, Wes says Stampede Of The Disco Elephants, Limp’s next LP, will sound nothing somewhat like Gold Cobra but not really, which is good news for the three of you who can’t wait for that shitty rubbish.
“We’re going two different directions right now. One direction is very heavy like our last album Gold Cobra, but with me pushing the riffs further than they were before,” says Wes.
“But we’re also working on hip-hop club tracks that have guitar and Fred on them. We’re coming from two very different places on this and right now they’re starting to cross over into each other, which is exciting. We don’t want to make Gold Cobra II.”
Wes claims producer DetaiL will helm the recording sessions.
Limp Bizkit plans to launch a major U.S. tour in support of the disc this October with Borland’s Black Light Burns opening.
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