A few months ago, Fuse On Demand conducted an interview with vocalist Fred Durst and guitarist Wes Borland of LIMP BIZKIT about the band's reunion and the group's forthcoming album, "Gold Cobra". Watch a clip below.The full interview is available for the entire month of September only on Fuse On Demand. Regarding the new CD's musical direction, Fred Durst recently told MTV News, "I think that, in a nutshell, we came in staying true to ourselves and doing what we do. ... We make heavy music that has rapping in it. We're a rap-core band. Through the years, it felt natural to try and explore and grow beyond that, and inevitably, it led us in different directions. And what our coming back together represents is us having figured out that, you know, evolution is great, but we need to do what we do. "And this new album, this is what we do. The evolution has brought us full-circle," Durst continued. "We're LIMP BIZKIT. And if you didn't like it before, you're not going to like it now. If you don't want to hear a band that plays super-heavy grooves, with an MC rapping over it, then you shouldn't listen to LIMP BIZKIT." "Gold Cobra" is expected to feature guest appearances by a host of hip-hop artists, including WU-TANG CLAN rapper Raekwon, Paul Wall and WU-TANG CLAN producer Mathematics. In a recent interview with U.K.'s Kerrang! magazine, Durst talked about the track "Middle Finger", which features Wall and Mathematics. "Paul has a really cool flow, you know," he said. "He's got his own swagger. "We came out with this song and in the hook, you'll hear the words 'middle finger.' It's like, 'There's your answer.' Flip someone the bird and it speaks volumes. (laughs)!"
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