Limp Bizkit's Durst Praises His "N 2 Gether Now" Video Skills

The multi-faceted Fred Durst has never been afraid of sounding his own trumpet as a musician, and he's pretty darn proud of his directing skills too.

For Limp Bizkit's brand-new, epic-length video that segues "Re-Arranged" into "N 2 Gether Now," frontman Durst gave primo roles to buddies such as Method Man and former MTV VJ Pauly Shore.

As Durst humbly told MTV News' own John Norris, his latest directorial salvo is one fine work of video art.

"I think 'N 2 Gether Now' is one of the most breakthrough videos I've seen in five years, five to ten years, without a doubt," Durst enthused.

"It's really cool," guitarist Wes Borland chimed in.

"I think it is unbelievable," Durst added, "not because I directed it, not because I made the song. I just, I've never seen a collaboration like this in

my life." [RealVideo]

Durst's video co-star Method Man finally joined the Family Values tour this past Saturday in Portland along with newcomers Redman and Primus. Inspectah Deck hopped aboard on Sunday in Tacoma, and all the acts will accompany Limp Bizkit and Filter through the tour's end on Halloween in Biloxi, Mississippi.

Limp then heads out with Meth, Red, and System Of A Down for the "Billionaire Pirates" tour, which kicks off on November 4 in Tampa (see "Limp Bizkit, System Of A Down Mend Fences For Post-Family Values Tour").