Limp Bizkit will release their first new album in 10 years on Sunday (Oct. 31), the self-deprecatingly titled Limp Bizkit Still Sucks. Guitarist Wes Borland confirmed the news on Thursday, when he posted an image of the album’s cover and the message, “Our first album in over a decade comes out this Sunday! Happy Halloween! Limp Bizkit – Still Sucks.”
The illustrated cover features the members of the Nu-Metal band laying on the floor of a suburban house as a joint-smoking woman attempts to vacuum them up. A link to the album title hashtag takes you to the track list for the 12-song collection, which promises such songs as “Dirty Rotten Bizkit,” “Turn It Up, B–ch,” “Don’t Change,” “You Bring Out the Worst in Me,” “Empty Hole,” “Pill Popper” and “Snacky Poo,” among others.
Singer Fred Durst’s Instagram also featured a review of their sixth album by one Jake Bacon, a mulleted mook who promises it will “blow your poop out of your butt” when you listen to it in the Wal-Mart parking lot in your Camaro. The three-minute video contained previews of a number of the tracks, which have the band’s signature mix of pummeling riffs, Durst’s yelping, distorted rapping and rumbling bass.
The band dropped their first new single in seven years last month, the bouncy “Dad Vibes,” which they debuted at their Lollapalooza set in July. LB’s most recent studio album was 2011’s Gold Cobra.
Check out the album cover, track list and preview below.