Limp Bizkit principals Fred Durst and Wes Borland have settled in Prague with producer Ross Robinson to record vocals for the group's ...
Limp Bizkit principals Fred Durst and Wes Borland have settled in Prague with producer Ross Robinson to record vocals for the group's upcoming album. The as-yet-untitled set is expected later this year via Interscope and will be Borland's first new work with the band since he rejoined last August.
According to Bizkit's official Web site, the trio has set up shop in "an old apartment right near the Charles Bridge. This is where I am connecting with the darkness. Some days are explosive, others just plain heavy from the gothic aesthetic of this city in general. We have gone to the other side a few times with absinthe to discover the unknown."
Durst also credits the setting with influencing his vocal approach. "This album is dark musically already, but when mixed with the tone in the air of Prague it becomes somewhat horrifying," he says.
He previously described the album as "so f***ing heavy it hurts," and Durst now says it is "the heaviest and most consistent in intention. We have created a monster that cannot be kept down for long."