Former LIMP BIZKIT Guitarist Praises The 'Underworld' Soundtrack

Former LIMP BIZKIT and current EAT THE DAY guitarist Wes Borland has posted the following message on the EAT THE DAY web site:

"The smell of progress is in the air. We will be entering the studio to begin recording for sure in the next few months.

"The 'Underworld' soundtrack turned out great. I ended up being part of only 2 tracks even though there were several more that were completed. One is an original song with THE DAMNING WELL, which features myself, Danny Lohner, Richard Patrick, and Josh Freese. The second is a remix of 'Weak and Powerless' by A PERFECT CIRCLE, which is actually more like a revisioning than a remix because Danny and I stripped all the music away and wrote brand new parts to accompany [Maynard James Keenan]'s voice. I also did a 3' x 9' painting of Selene (one of the movie's main characters) which was photographed for the album inlay. Although this isn't the [EAT THE DAY] album coming out, it's a great record that I've been involved with heavily for the past 6 months and it feels amazing to be a part of. I hope you all will check it out."

In other news, Wes' wife Heather Borland has launched an online store dedicated to selling lunch boxes, mugs, t-shirts and greeting cards. Dubbed Sweet Hog Shop, it can be accessed at this location.


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