LIMP BIZKIT To 'Surrender' In September?

During an appearance on KROQ on Friday, August 8, LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst announced that the group's new album will be called "Surrender". He also played snippets of four songs from the CD, including "Microphone Fiend" and a track believed to be titled "Red Light, Green Light", which features a guest appearance by rapper SNOOP DOGG. More information, including MP3 downloads of Fred's appearance on KROQ can be found at the LIMP BIZKIT fan site The Armpit at this location.

LIMP BIZKIT's new album, due on September 23 through Interscope Records, was produced by Durst and mixed by Brendan O'Brien (PEARL JAM, STONE TEMPLE PILOTS, PAPA ROACH). Other cuts set to appear on the CD include first single "Eat You Alive", "Planet Rock", "Almost Over", and "Stick 'Em".

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