Modern rock act Limp Bizkit is nearly finished with its next Flip/Interscope album, "Less Is More," which is tentatively due in April. "I'm in the studio just about to wrap up the vocals," frontman Fr

Modern rock act Limp Bizkit is nearly finished with its next Flip/Interscope album, "Less Is More," which is tentatively due in April. "I'm in the studio just about to wrap up the vocals," frontman Fred Durst writes on the band's official Web site. "Only four songs away." Durst adds that the first single is titled "Crack Addict" and describes it as "so f***ing heavy!"

Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen was in the studio with the band this week contributing to an as-yet-unnamed song. As previously reported, former Helmet leader Page Hamilton recorded guitar tracks for one song, as has Korn's Brian "Head" Welch. Weezer vocalist Rivers Cuomo contributed lead vocals to another cut. It is not yet known if any of these songs will make the final track list for "Less Is More."

Limp Bizkit has yet to announce a permanent replacement for guitarist Wes Borland, who left the band to work on his own project, Eat The Day. Durst has reportedly played guitar on a number of the new songs.

"Less Is More" will be the follow-up to 2000's "Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water," which debuted at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 and has been certified quintuple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America for U.S. shipments of five million copies.

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