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Nov. 12th, 2001 | 11:12 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

Who Bizkit Be
Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst is expected to work with rapper DMX on two upcoming tracks, one being earmarked for a compilation album set for release through DMX's label Bloodline, while the other is being eyed for the Soundtrack to the forthcoming film "Undisputed". In other news, Durst recently commented on the status of the band and former guitarist Wes Borland stating:
"I hear on MTV News that Wes has a new band already, damn. We wish him all the luck in the world and hope he is finally happy. LIMP BIZKIT is still in the house and we feel stronger and more inspired than ever. I really believe this search for a new guitar player is gonna uncover something truly amazing. I hope you�re as excited as we are. You learn in life to not dwell and to look at things as opportunities to excel instead of being set back. We haven�t let you down yet and have no ulterior motives. Remember, guitarists of all ages, all walks of life, boys and girls. its on!! I think you can tell we have a lot to say and a lot to release on this new album."

Letterman Is Alive
P.O.D. have been confirmed to perform on the "The Late Show With David Letterman" on December 27th.

No Writing On Stage
Cold are expected to take some time off after their current tour with Dope comes to an end, to concentrate on writing material for their next effort, which they most likely begin recording sometime early next year. A tentative late summer release through Flip/Geffen is being eyed.

Left To Indulge
The Left Rights are now eyeing a January release through Uppity Cracker for their forthcoming debut. The group is actually a side project of sorts for Mindless Self Indulgence, comprised of the music "too bizarre" to be included on their forthcoming new effort for Elektra, which is tentatively due out early next year as well. In related news, Mindless Self Indulgence will also be releasing a maxi-single for their track "2 Hookers And An 8 Ball" in January through Uppity Cracker.

Recording Coma
Amen are currently around 75% finished recording their upcoming new album with producer Ross Robinson (Slipknot, Korn), and are hoping for an early 2002 release through I AM/Virgin. In other news, the band are still looking for a new guitarist to replace the slot recently vacated by Paul Fig, those interested should contact sonnymfmayo@yahoo.com for more info.

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