lundi, mars 20, 2006

Limp Bizkit

Wes Borland on Limp Bizkit: “We’re done as a band”

Limp Bizkit

by Eve Jenkin @ Undercover

March 20

It seemed obvious that things in the Limp Bizkit camp were not all peachy-keen following the incredibly quiet-verging-on-silent release of their last EP “The Unquestionable Truth Part 1.” Now, the band’s on-again-off-again guitarist Wes Borland has revealed the truth of what’s really happening with Limp Bizkit to MTV News…and the future looks grim.

“We're done as a band,” he explains. “Everyone's just doing their own thing, and [some members] don't have time for this band anymore. I haven't quit, but I've also decided to stop thinking about Limp. I'm not going to keep trying to breathe life into a dying animal.” Borland then mentions that the expected Part 2 of 2005’s “The Unquestionable Truth” will never see the light of day. “I feel bad for the fans that [might] think something's actually going to happen with Limp [in the future]. It's not happening. “The Unquestionable Truth (Part 2”) is not coming out. If it does, I'd be super surprised. But you can never say never.”

Borland has opted instead to focus on his new band Black Light, and has also been working with band From First To Last on their upcoming album. It has been reported that Limp Bizkit front man Fred Durst is directing his first film.