Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland recently remembered working on a Miley Cyrus movie, describing the experience as nothing short of "grueling."
Chatting with Metal Hammer Magazine Show, Wes reached the topic after expressing desire to delve into the film music domain once again. "I even ended up doing a part of a Miley Cyrus movie," he said.
Stressing that film composer Steven Trask was also working on the movie, giving him an opportunity to meet him and establish a working relationship, Borland continued, "Boy, was it grueling. The music was so crappy that you have to ... but it forces me to think outside the box, you know, outside of what my comfort zone is."
He continued, "I kind of took it like, not 'Oh, I'm not doing that,' it was like, 'OK, I'll see if I can write some horrible pop' that's like background music to this scene where she's like trying on dresses. But it was an experience - I don't know if I would do it again - but it was a learning experience."
Asked if he got the opportunity to meet the pop sensation, the guitarist replied, "No, I didn't get to meet Miley Cyrus. It was just working with Steven Trask and that was it."
Discussing the new Limp Bizkit album, Wes jokingly noted that the band should "call their new record 'S--t Blizzard,' that's what everyone's expecting."