Wes Borland (LIMP BIZKIT) “We’ve Recorded 28 Songs And He [Fred Durst] Can’t Seem To Be Pleased With Any of The Vocals”

Wes Borland really needs no introduction, the eccentric guitar player of Limp Bizkit and lead vocalist and guitarist of Black Light Burns and Big Dumb Face. Of course Limp Bizkit has been a dominating force in the nu-metal scene since 1995, even prior to the release of their debut album ‘Three Dolla Bill, Y’all’. ‘While all the Limp Bizkit fans are eagerly awaiting a new album Wes has released a new Big Dumb Face album titled ‘Where Is Duke Lion? He’s Dead…’ on October 31st. This is by far the heaviest project Wes is involved in and has an iconic eerie death metal sound. It is the bands first release since ‘Duke Lion Fights The Terror!!’ in 2001. They also released the track “He Rides Skies” which you can listen to here!

This week on Talk Toomey: The Metal Nexus Podcast host Joshua Toomey welcomed Wes Borland to the show. They talked about where they were during the terrorist attacks on 9/11, and why he has put down roots in Detroit, Michigan. Wes also talks about making the new Big Dumb Face record ‘Where Is Duke Lion? He’s Dead…’ and answers the ultimate question where is the new Limp Bizkit album. He explains the band has recorded 28 songs and added¬† “He [Fred] can’t seem to be pleased with any of the vocals”. He continues on by saying that he believes “No one particularly wants a new Limp Bizkit record.” Wes also talks about how some bands like Metallica have become nostalgic and no one really wants new material. He makes some comments about former Staind vocalist now country singer Aaron Lewis. He also explains why Big Dumb Face doesn’t tour, and adds that Black Light Burns is the only profitable band he tours with outside of Limp Bizkit. This 2 hour interview with the legendary guitarist goes in depth about all of the projects Wes is involved in and various must know things dealing with the musician.

 

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