Limp Bizkit Enters Studio To Work On Sophomore Release

Apparently the daily grind of the Family Values tour wasn't quite tiring enough for the guys in Limp Bizkit.

When the tour wrapped up recently, the pimp rock outfit made a beeline for a Los Angeles recording studio where they are currently working on the follow-up to 1997's "Three Dollar Bill Y'all."

The band is laying down some material that it wrote while touring with Korn's Family Values outing, and is also using its studio time to write new tracks as well.

Limp Bizkit hopes to unleash its sophomore release in the summer of 1999.