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Limp Bizkit 'have demoed new album at home'
Wes Borland, the band's electric guitar player, stated that much of the album is likely to be written when all the members get together in a few weeks.
However, he noted that each person has already put down versions of their individual compositions in their home studios.
This, he said, demonstrates how the band's songwriting process "takes all shapes and forms".
"It's like a pool of ideas," Borland told NME.
"Most of the meat of the record will probably be written when we're in a room together."
Borland added that he is feeling very confident about the recording of the new album.
The US nu metal band, which formed in 1994, are perhaps best known for hit singles such as Take A Look Around, Eat You Alive and their cover of The Who's Behind Blue Eyes.Posted on 4 Aug 2009 11:33 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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