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FRED DURST Hinting At Possible Halloween Release For New LIMP BIZKIT Album

Fred Durst keeps dropping more hints on the new Limp Bizkit album.

LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst has hinted at a possible Halloween release for the band’s new album.

Following up the hints he was dropping last week, which had Fred polling his and the band’s Instagram followers about which new LIMP BIZKIT songs he should release next or if he should just drop the entire album, the singer has now revealed part of the forthcoming effort’s cover art.

Over this past weekend, Fred unveiled a sample of of the new album’s artwork and indicated that the effort may be made available in full this Halloween. You can check out his post below.

“Instead, all [pumpkin emoji]’s will drop on Halloween,” he writes over an image he captioned as “Album Cover Piece 1”. The image was shared across both his and LIMP BIZKIT’s Instagram Stories, seemingly in response to the poll Fred laid out for fans several days ago.

At that time, Fred asked, “Should I drop a new song? Maybe ‘Turn It Up, Bitch’ or ‘Goodbye’? Hmm, or should I just drop the whole new album, all 12 songs? What do you think?”

Fans are hoping the “drop” Fred is referring to is in fact the new LIMP BIZKIT album, which would make sense being that the vocalist revealed some of it’s cover art.

Just last month, LIMP BIZKIT made their comeback with the track “Dad Vibes,” their first new song in seven years.