MINISTRY's JOURGENSEN: 'I've Never Heard A LIMP BIZKIT Song'

MINISTRY mainman Al Jourgensen has confessed that he has never heard a LIMP BIZKIT song, despite recording a track for their new album "Bipolar".

"I've never heard a LIMP BIZKIT song," Jourgensen told Britain's Metal Hammer. "I'm doing a track on the album because I met Fred Durst and he offered to do my back piece because he used to be a tattooist before he was in a band. I still haven't heard a song by LIMP BIZKIT!"

In addition to Jourgensen, the upcoming CD will feature guest appearances from former HELMET frontman Page Hamilton and KORN guitarist Brian "Head" Welch, among others.

"Fred's like the white P. Diddy," Jourgensen continued. "He recognizes talent and puts it together."

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