Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst made an appearance on the E!’s Chelsea Lately last night (June 14) to discuss the band’s forthcoming new album, Gold Cobra.
Durst spent time explaining to host Chelsea Handler why the Jacksonville, Florida-based nu metal/rap metal band chose to go on an extended hiatus, along with the possibility that the music of Limp Bizkit may be perceived as being “pro-bullying.”
The interview can be seen via the clip below:
Gold Cobra will be released on June 28, 2011 via Interscope Records. The album is set to be available in several configurations, including an iTunes Exclusive edition with 16 tracks, and a Best Buy edition, which will contain 17 tracks.
A preview of each song on the standard 13-track edition of the forthcoming Limp Bizkit release can be heard in the Soundcloud player below.
Credit: Gold Cobra preview is by thearmpit.