Years since it was announced to be in progress, Limp Bizkit is still working on a their new album, which is believed to be called “Stampede Of The Disco Elephants.” In a recent report by Team Rock , singer Fred Durst has reportedly recorded a few vocal tracks for their seventh release and is continue recording to finish the record.
In the same report, guitarist Wes Borland claimed that he wasn’t aware about the progress of their new album and claimed that he is excited to hear the whole thing once it’s been done.
“That’s news to me,” Borland said.
“Oh boy! I’ve recorded 25 songs so I don’t know which ones he’s working on.
I’m excited to see what it sounds like.” In a report by Metal Insider , the guitarist continued to ponder upon the new Limp Bizkit album and revealed that the first release without DJ Lethal has been through major and minor changes already.
“To be blatantly honest about it, the new album has gone through so many different alterations and so many different session,” Borland said.
“I mean, we’ve gone into five different studios now.
I think we’re up to 28 songs, or maybe even more.
And those are completed songs.” With what fans should expect from the new album, Durst said on a Blabbermouth interview that Limp Bizkit would have a different and a crazier line up of songs.
“It’s a little crazier than usual.
It’s more off the wall, pretty outrageous,” Durst said.
“It’s hard to explain, but I think this will be the one, which changes the way we make music from here on out.
The way ‘Paul’s Boutique’ did for the Beastie Boys.”