I think we saw a disco ball elephant in the window of a shop somewhere. It was soon confirmed to be set for release on November 1, 2013. Retrieved July 25, 2013 — via. What attracted me to the label is not only their great taste and hustle, but their belief in their artists and the family atmosphere. You can watch the video of Durst below via. Now in an Instagram Live interview Fred Durst did as transcribed by , he says the album has ben out for about a year and a half, and nobody has found it yet. The band left and signed up with in February 2012.
The band started working on the album in 2012, when they signed with Cash Money. It is the first album since to be produced by. As of 2019, the album remains in with no release date set. The last we heard from the band was that it was , but that's it. Limp Bizkit has been talking about releasing a new album called Stampede Of The Disco Elephants for basically forever at this point. Still wonder if Fred Durst was even serious when he said that.
I put it on a year and a half ago. After numerous delays, the album was expected in early 2014. Is it possible the album is that bad? However, the thought of an unreleased record being out there somewhere is enticing…and I would definitely give it a listen if it popped up. In February 2016, Metal Injection reported that the band was still in the studio recording the new album. Users who ignore this rule will be banned from the site. As of 2019, the album has still not been released, in December 2015, it was rumored Durst was possibly holding back the release because he was not happy with the recordings. I don't want to say it sounds younger, but maybe a little more carefree, musically, to where we don't over-think what we're doing.
We were like, 'Look, it's a disco elephant. While we're still not sold on the album being out in 2016, frontman Fred Durst has let it be known that he's in studio recording. I think it's a little bit more sort of playful, taking chances, a little less pop structured type of stuff. Specifically the album Stampede of The Disco Elephants, which has supposedly been coming out for pretty much forever at this point. It's definitely for the aforementioned album as well, given the hashtag at the end of description of his photo on Instagram.
After the original line-up reunited in 2009, was released in 2011. Archived from News post on 11 December 2013. I used to really like Limp Bizkit — not going to deny that…. Back in May 2015, we were pretty sure a new Limp Bizkit album. Has it Leaked is not a download site. Good luck finding the record if you decide to give that a shot. I've mixed two songs and have a lot more mixing to do.
. We're done with most of the music, pretty much all the music. It is strictly forbidden to share links to albums via file sharing sites Zippyshare, Torrent, Kingdom Leaks etc. Guitarist released a second studio album with his side project in mid 2012 and toured in support of the album throughout 2012. So, I dunno if he was serious — but I know several blogs and news sites picked up on that news months later and reported that it was apparently out there somewhere…. We're leaving mistakes in and going, 'Oh, that sounds great, leave that in.
In July 2017, bandleader claimed on Instagram that the album had already been available online for a year and a half on. Is it really hidden out there somewhere? Is there some kind of riddle to finding it? The album has suffered many delays since its announcement in 2012, and as of December 2016 is in. Guitarist , however, said three months later that Durst was still working alone on the album. On August 20, 2013, Limp Bizkit posted on their Facebook page that a second single is to be expected soon. I see that the cover has the stampeding disco elephants on it…but the songs, as you said, are remixes and mash ups of songs that already exist. I think the more important question here is to ask who's actually stoked on this? It was only in December that the band's first offering for Cash Money was seen. It is set to be Limp Bizkit's first album to be released since 's departure in May 2012.
Limp Bizkit hasn't said much about the album in the past year or so, either meaning it's really out there and nobody's found it, or Durst is just fucking with everyone because it doesn't really matter at this point. We should call our record Stampede of the Disco Elephants. Durst had then told that he was putting the finishing touches on the track in March 2013. Borland again reiterated the band's progress in November 2018. The lyrics and vocals are probably 30 percent done, and Fred is working as we speak, on tour. Limp Bizkit, to me, is just a perfect match for us… It was something that was interested in doing, and I was already a fan, and I was like, 'Let's do it.