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Posted Nov 01, 2013 02:22 PM
Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst confirmed working on a one-hour TV drama based on his life.
Titled "The Noise," the CW-developed feature will mark Durst's second autobiographical effort, the first one since 2011's "Douchebag" sitcom.
The drama revolves around a young '90s musician escaping troublesome home life and forming a massively popular band. As TV Guide reports, Durst is handling the duties of co-executive producer, while Miles Feld is in charge of writing. Eric Tannenbaum and Kim Tannenbaum are featured as executive producers, via CBS TV Studios.
Durst recently joined forces with country singer Billy Ray Cyrus for a live performance of the singer's "Lately" single at the Arsenio Hall Show. As far as Limp Bizkit goes, the band is currently busy working on their new album "Stampede of the Disco Elephants." Previously announced with "Ready to Go" single featuring popular rapper Lil' Wayne, the record is tentatively due earlier next year through Cash Money Records.
The band's latest studio effort, "Gold Cobra," saw its release in June 2011 via Flip/Interscope Records, peaking at No. 16 on the US Billboard 200 chart.