LIMP BIZKIT: 'The Search for Teddy Swoes'?

LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst has posted the following message to the group's official web site:

"The name of the new album due in June is 'The Search for Teddy Swoes'. Teddy Swoes is the one we are searching for!! We have to find him and this album will open up the chambers that will lead us to him. Wow!! Confusing? It will all make sense very soon my friends. Let's take the journey together. And be prepared for ANYTHING!!!!!!!! We are coming out super heavy with our first single because we have something to say but there are many other layers to this album. It's evolution. We all are part of it whether we like it or not. And remember we spell our band name as ONE WORD in all lower case like 'limpbizkit'. This is the only thing we've changed about our tag. Oh yeah, did I tell you that Tim Burton worked on the artwork with me? Very cool. Anyways, got one more rehearsal before we leave for Seattle Friday. Playing 'Wrestlemania' Sunday. Until later tonight, peace!!"


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