frontman Fred Durst
has confirmed the rock band is reuniting, two and a half years after they split.
The rockers went their separate ways in 2006, following the failure of 2005 comeback album The Unquestionable Truth
. Band members have since worked on solo projects, with Wes Borland
joining Marilyn Manson's
band and Durst trying his hand as a Hollywood director. Rumors of a reunion recently began to circulate after pictures appearing to show the band rehearsing appeared online.
And Durst confirms on the band's MySpace
page: "Yes, it has been a while. But a while worth the wait. It is getting very close to time to drop the Bizkit on the universe. I say this with the absolute best intentions and motivation. We, Limp Bizkit, are excited about the future for us and for you. Let's stir some s**t up my friends."
However, Borland isn't part of the comeback - he has been replaced by Evanescence
guitarist Terry Balsamo
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