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Bizkit Get "Post Nuclear"

Durst tells fans what to expect on next Bizkit album

June 13, 2001 12:00 AM ET

According to a post from Fred Durst, when Limp Bizkit head into the studio later this summer to begin work on the follow-up to last year's Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water, they will be packing plenty of 'tude. "There is so much Hatorade being drunk out there," Durst writes on the official Bizkit site. "Every magazine, paper, band, etc. is on a Limp hating rampage and it is really giving us the fire. We have to much built up inside and we wanna let it all out on the new album."

For now, the band is wrapping up a European tour, and Durst is putting the finishing touches on the video for their next single, "Boiler," but the singer promises the new album will not disappoint loyal Limp fans. "Think 'post nuclear' and you'll, maybe, see the landscape we are visioning."

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