Fred Durst teases Limp Bizkit album release this Halloween

Is seems as though Fred Durst is suggesting that Limp Bizkit's long-awaited new album – the follow-up to 2011's Gold Cobra – could be arriving within the next week…

Fred Durst teases Limp Bizkit album release this Halloween
Emily Carter

After fans voted in their masses last week for Limp Bizkit to drop their new album in its entirety, Fred Durst has seemingly suggested that we could indeed be getting the full thing later this month!

Teasing the long-awaited record on his Instagram stories, Freddy D has shared the first glimpse at the artwork for the follow-up to 2011's Gold Cobra, as well as a somewhat cryptic message that, "Instead, all (pumpkin emoji)s will drop on Halloween." Is the pumpkin in place of the word 'songs' or 'tracks', perhaps?

Either way, there's less than a week now until we have to find out – and hopefully Fred'll share some more portions of the album cover before then, too…

Check it out below (image via Loudwire):

If the new Bizkit LP does arrive on Halloween, it'll be a month on from the release of the very excellent Dad Vibes – which you can listen to now:

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