Limp Bizkit Reunite With Hit Producer, Danzig to Celebrate Special Anniversary + More News
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Producer Ross Robinson is somehow a part of the new Limp Bizkit album. Frontman and Limp guru Fred Durst posted video footage that seems to confirm that fact. There's Robinson offering a maniacal smile. There's recording equipment. There's a portrait of cats serving a dinner. And somehow, it all makes sense.
Watch the video clip for yourself here.
Danzig has put aside his desire to be difficult and will celebrate his 25th anniversary of being awesome with a spate of shows in the U.S. and Europe. His Misfits' mate, guitarist Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein, is expected to appear at most of the shows, the dates of which will be revealed shortly. [The PRP]
Swedish melodic metallers Soilwork have released the trailer for their ninth album The Living Infinite, which is a double disc affair aka a whole lotta metal. In the clip, which is just over five minutes, vocalist Bjorn "Speed" Strid discusses how the idea to do a double album came about, how they got into the mindset and more. The album drops March 5.
Mayhem's Necrobutcher offered up some keen insight on the Norwegian black metal band's appearance on the Barge to Hell boat cruise and his offbeat and unusual perspective about being the most bootlegged band in Norway. Essentially, if someone bootlegs it well and with some creativity, he doesn't mind.
"We are Norway's most bootlegged band. There's no other band in Norway. And were talking about a-ha and all of those fuckers. So it's all spiraled out of control, the whole fucking thing. I don't know if I want to fucking shoot 'em, or send them the bill. If bootleggers really do a good job, like a good layout, nice photos, a poster, colored vinyl. And print the song titles correctly or have material from some cool gig with some good sound. I don't give a fuck, then I probably would like to collect it. But what I don't like is when I see a product that looks exactly like the original product, that's a different type of bootlegging. And I find that more and more now. But now with all the downloading and shit everything is going straight down the toilet anyways."
Did he just reference a-ha? Yeah right he did. [Brave Words]