Monday, May 16, 2011

Limp Bizkit Cobra Gold has a date and first single

Much has been delayed Cobra Gold, the new Limp Bizkit album, but it seems that this time it's final launch. Remember that last year we heard numerososadelantos, but despite having so much trouble late in the album followed in the development process for months and months. Finally, the band has set a launch date of June 28, and tomorrow will be released 'Shotgun' (YouTube) as the first single.

And the fact is that the track does not sound bad. It is true that the vast majority of those who enjoy this age group as we are already too old for this shit, but beyond the cheesy effects of shotguns and ridiculous lyrics, the single can be heard. The key, as usual, is in the riffs of Wes Borland, who once again are good enough to not think of the grudge that can reach the micro to Fred Durst.

If the rest of Cobra Gold is going down this path, we will have something decent to encourage the hot afternoons this summer ahead. By the way, so long in preparation looks set to have additional results, since a few days ago confirmed that Durst has recorded enough tracks to release another album soon.

Limp Bizkit decide what to do with this surplus material will be from June, but for now we will focus on the charge of gold does not become an ordinary shingles golden plate. Thanks for the warning to Llodra.

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