LIMP BIZKIT To Use KORN, ex-SNOT Guitarists At 'Wrestlemania' Appearance

March 26, 2003

LIMP BIZKIT will be utilizing the services of KORN guitarist Head and former SNOT axeman Mike Smith during their appearance at "WrestleMania XIX" in Seattle, Washington on March 30. The band will perform the track "Crack Addict" from their forthcoming album and an undisclosed "surprise" song, according to the latest posting from LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst.

The following is Durst's latest rant in its entirety:

"Wake up!!!!!!! The new LIMP BIZKIT CD is NOT called 'Bipolar'. It is NOT called 'Less Is More'. It is called 'Fetus More' until I decide it shouldn't be. Whatever I'm feeling it is on the day the artwork is due then that will be the FINAL title. We are playing Wrestlemania this weekend. On the guitars will be Head from KORN and Mike Smith from SNOT. We've been working with Mike for a while. He's dope. We're going to play 'Crack Addict' and one surprise song. After that, we are gonna go back in the studio Monday and record 3 more songs. We just can't stop the creative process. As soon as we think we're done, some other phat ass riff come barreling out of our amps. Next thing you know we have ANOTHER song. So there. It ain't over 'till it's over. I'm feeling the majority of everyone wants us to drop a super heavey [sic] 'traditional' LIMP song first and some people want something TOTALLY opposite. I'd like to hear what you think. Please call the Firm at 3108608105 and ask for Peter Katsis. Tell him what you'd like. That would be mighty cool of you. And one more thing. 'Just Drop Dead' is not about Britney Spears!! It's about a girl who acts like a whore. You know what i mean? The new site is launching soon and its sooooooooo much better!! You're gonna bug out!! anyway, be safe, say your prayers, and don't give a fuck about what anyone thinks of you being you!! Love Fred"

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