Limp Bizkit Release 'Endless Slaughter' Via Cassette

Anyway, you can listen to the track here.

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Limp Bizkit have released their newest song "Endless Slaughter."

As the band's official website reads, it will be available only on cassette for "about two weeks or so."

"'Endless Slaughter' is the first 'experience' from our new album 'Stampede of the Disco Elephants' and will be available only on CASSETTE in about two weeks or so," the website announcement says.

"Plus, these lovely collectibles will be sold only at our concerts. I'd suggest finding one of your oldest of old school friends to supply the cassette deck equipped BOOM BOX for your analogue listening pleasure. No rules. No limits.

"Love you! LB"

Looks like this is the first confirmed track off "Stampede of the Disco Elephants," which is being in work since 2012. And it seems unclear now if the previously released songs "Ready to Go" and "Lightz" will be featured on the album or not.

Anyway, listen to the track below.

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    Horrible lyrics. Fred Durst has to be one of the laziest songwriters/lyricists of our time.
    It's almost like he thinks there's shock value in cursing every single line. Really it just seems lazy and like a 14-year-old trying to be hardcore.
    Remember that stupid **** song on the hot dog flavored water album? Like 50 times.
    Reading through the comments of this article and the last one and something is pretty clear; People aren't opening the article just to write hateful comments as much anymore. You'll all down vote me for pointing it out but hey, its just nice to see
    Inane lyrics, noisy, and repetitive. If that's what you're into, this is for you. I'm not a fan though.
    I love Wes riffs, but damn, I can't stand Fred... I would pay to hear just an "instrumental" limp bizkit.
    I love his use of harmonics with all of the sludgy power chords, sounds pretty rad
    "Everything" is an instrumental Limp Bizkit song. There were instrumentals leaked from Results May Vary as well. There are instrumental breaks all over the records.
    The guitar parts seem very innovative and fresh. That's about the only positive thing I can say about this song
    Doesn't being able to listen to it on the internet defeat the purpose of releasing it only on cassette?
    Sounds like a P.O.D song to me. Sounds alright I guess. But then again I could be completely wrong, the recording quality is dreadful who knows what it will end up sounding like and/or if Fred decides to get a guest rapper involved to 'add to the song'
    But it's already available in full lenght, no guests, high quality.
    Pick 'n' Finger
    Is it only me or does Fred sound quite wasted on this track?
    IMO he sounds very bad on Gold Cobra (except few songs like Shotgun or Shark Attack) and the same applies to new songs. I don't get it, he sounds so much different than on concerts and old albums, seems to me like he used some autotunage or something and I don't like it.
    Ah nice one, they've also updated the article. And gotta be honest, the vocals on that are beyond disappointing. Whats he trying to do it sounds awful? The rest of 'em sound alright though as usual.
    About sound - as you can see from the title, it's not recorded in studio - it's "live" track. By the way, nice enough song, with old-school feeling.
    For some reason it reminds me of Institutionalized by Suicidal Tendencies. At least in the verses.
    At this point, I feel like the next LB article we see will be one about them breaking up. I used to love them back in the Chocolate Starfish days, but really now, guys? Wes Borland stills sounds sick as ever though. He's unbelievable.
    Metalsucks somehow nailed it: It’s so structureless that if it were a skyscraper, it would collapse immediately following the ribbon cutting ceremony
    So, so awful. Fred's lyrics have no substance, no feeling and he uses excessive swearing to hide that he has absolutely nothing to say. The band plays good enough music and then Fred ruins it with his mental capacity of a very confused 8 year old boy....possibly a retarded, confused 8 year old boy. If I was Wes I would be pissed off at Fred's "contributions" to the band.
    i love LB but how many times will he rhyme a word with the same word. thats lazy. and i could deal with the drunk punk yelling but the weird congested singing in the middle is off putting. the end jam is better then the weird part in the middle for sure but it seems like 3 songs mashed into a single track.
    I've never been a LB hater, I even kinda like the early 2000's Nu Metal stuff, but seriously, this is crap, even if the middle part (the "quiet" one) is pretty cool.
    Am I the only one confused about this? UG : Song will be available 'FOR about two weeks or so' LP website: Song will be available 'IN about two weeks or so' HUGEE DIFFERENCE there. Get your shit together UG.
    The instrumentation was really good. The vocals and lyrics are meh. And the song's structure is pretty weird, not sure if it's good or not.
    take the vocals off this track, and magically itd be pretty cool.
    Thrice Capades
    I don't think Limp Bizkit should stop making music. If it's what they enjoy, then feel free to express yourselves. I do, however, think they should stop making sh*tty music.
    The instrumental is very good. The vocals and even the sound are very old's cool LB style ( Like the First record), BUT, when they will grow up lyrically ? Jesus, the lyrics are so ****in' silly...
    ... On casette!? For why
    It's new trend since 2010s I think - revival of cassette releases (you can find more on it) - bands decide to release their rare recordings, splits, live records or even full-length albums on tapes.
    The Pixies just releases Indie Cindy on cassette. Cool as a collectors item (and it was a limited edition), but that´s it. I didn´t exactly buy it for the sound quality
    kinda makes sense, people actually PAID for cassettes back when they were about, unlike today's stingy ass generation.
    Not really that much though, they were the first easily copied music format. Someone bought the cassette, there was a friend with a doubledeck and soon every kid on the neighborhood had the album.
    It wasn´t long ago I was asked what a cassette was. She didn´t know what a vinyl record was either. Amazing. No. Terrifying. Speaking of todays generation that is.