WES BORLAND: If Any Of My Riffs End Up On The New LIMP BIZKIT Album, There Will Be A Problem

July 8, 2002

Former LIMP BIZKIT and current EAT THE DAY guitarist Wes Borland does not want any of his riffs to end up on the forthcoming BIZKIT CD and has made it clear that he would be less than thrilled if any of the incomplete ideas originally submitted by the axeman prior to his departure from the group were actually used on the next LB album. When asked recently about the fate of the unused riffs—which were apparently given to LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst on a CD shortly before Wes left the band—Borland stated that "those are still my riffs, and if they turn up somewhere besides the EAT THE DAY record there will be a problem."

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