Nu metal veterans Limp Bizkit have unveiled Ministry cover track "Thieves" as the new single off their upcoming seventh record "Stampede of the Disco Elephants." Available for download via official website, you can also stream the tune below. The song's original version was released as an opening track of Ministry's 1989 effort "The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste." As far as the new Limp Bizkit album goes, the record is currently scheduled for a tentative 2014 release and was announced with "Ready to Go" single featuring popular rapper Lil' Wayne. In related news, frontman Fred Durst confirmed working on an autobiographical TV drama. Titled "The Noise," the CW-developed one-hour feature tells the story of a young '90s musician finding his way out of troubled home life and forming a highly-successful band, also focusing on the uprising nu metal scene. The singer recently also joined forces with country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, delivering a live performance of "Lately" single live at the Arsenio Hall Show. The band's latest studio release, "Gold Cobra," dropped in June 2011 through Flip/Interscope Records, peaking at No. 16 on the US Billboard 200 chart.
So what do you think of the single, do you think the band might score success similar to their previous covers? Let us know in the comments.