Limp Bizkit Plans New Single – Available Only By Cassette
How retro can a band get? Limp Bizkit, according to a recent Facebook post, isn’t even going for vinyl, as many acts have done over the past decade. They’re aiming for cassette – likely a wink at their late ‘90s heyday.
The new track is called “Endless Slaughter” and is expected to be taken from their upcoming album, Stampede of the Disco Elephants. About it, the band wrote: "These lovely collectibles will be sold only at our concerts. I'd suggest finding one of your oldest of old school friends to supply the cassette deck-equipped boom box for your analogue listening pleasure."
Stampede will be Limp Bizkit’s first album after signing to Cash Money more than two years ago. At the time, the group left Interscope after the positively received Gold Cobra had poor sales.
Stampede, as well, is the first release without DJ Lethal, who left after the original lineup reunited for Gold Cobra. The release officially follows 2005’s The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1).
While an official release date hasn’t yet been announced, a Reddit Q&A session revealed that Stampede is expected for early July 2014. To lead into the release, the band has been putting out the occasional single: Aside from the recent announcement of “Endless Slaughter,” this has included their Lil Wayne collaboration “Ready to Go” and a cover of Ministry’s “Thieves.”
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