"Like a prescription drug, each person's reaction to the ingredients will be different. So with our new album, each individual will have their own reaction and results may vary!"

After a seemingly endless array of names, the new Limp Bizkit album seems to have a title: "Results May Vary," frontman Fred Durst writes on the band's official Web site. "Like a prescription drug, each person's reaction to the ingredients will be different. So with our new album, each individual will have their own reaction and results may vary!"

"It is an album you should listen to from beginning to end to get the full effect," Durst continues. "I have put in a couple hidden things in the CD as well. There are 16 tracks and plenty more where those came from."

A limited number of copies of "Results May Vary" will be bundled with a 35-minute DVD, culled from a four-hour home video titled "Poop" that will be released later this year. "It's stuff that dates way back to day one in Jacksonville, Fla.," Durst says.

As previously reported, the video for first single "Eat You Alive" stars Durst and actress Thora Birch. The cut is No. 24 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Tracks airplay chart ad No. 25 on the Modern Rock Tracks tally.

Having completed the Summer Sanitarium tour with Metallica and Linkin Park, Limp Bizkit has three European dates lined up in the coming weeks: Aug. 31 at the Terremoto Festival in Weeze, Germany, Sept. 2 in Amsterdam and a free Sept. 6 show at London's Finsbury Park.