Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst and Wes Borland are working on new material with producer Ross Robinson in Prague.
Durst posted the following on the band's website:
"This (Prague) is where I am connecting with the darkness. Some days are explosive, others just plain heavy from the gothic aesthetic of this city in general. We have gone to the other side a few times with absinthe to discover the unknown. This album is dark musically already, but when mixed with the tone in the air of Prague it becomes somewhat horrifying."
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