The new record (which is Limp Bizkit's first full-length album since 2003's Results May Vary, and the first to feature the collaboration of the band's entire original lineup since 2000's Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water) has been in the making since 2009. Recording ended in March 2010, the album was supposedly mixed in the following months, and then multiple release dates were set and then rescheduled throughout the remainder of the year. Many fans were left wondering what the hell was going on, including myself.
Now, finally, we have received news right from the source. On February 9th on his Twitter page, Fred Durst posted the following Tweet:
"Limp Bizkit Gold Cobra should be mixed and ready to press by the end of February."This came as a surprise to all of us that were under the impression that the album was already mixed, as had been announced in early 2010, adding further mystery to the entire situation. At any rate, we at least now have a clue.
As always, keep it here for updates on this and other New Rock announcements.