Korn's Head, Weezer's Rivers Record For New Limp Bizkit Album

Less Is More, set for April 1 release, features guest guitars, vocals.

Fred Durst is using his Head on the next Limp Bizkit album. Well, it's not

exactly his Head.

Korn's Brian "Head" Welch plays guitar on a couple of tracks slated for

Less Is More, Bizkit's fourth studio album, scheduled for an April 1

release, according to the band's manager. A few weeks ago, Durst said that

the braided axeman had assisted with guitar duties on the successor to 2000's

Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water, but didn't say

whether he'd actually appear on the album (see "Fred Durst Takes 'Less Is

More' Approach With New Limp Bizkit Album").

A vacancy arose in the guitarist slot after Wes Borland left the band last

year (see "Limp Bizkit And Wes Borland Part Ways").

Head isn't alone in contributing to Less Is More. Another one of

Durst's guitar mentors, former Helmet frontman Page Hamilton, also played on

some tracks, and Weezer singer Rivers Cuomo lends his vocals to a song.

Although all these contributions have been recorded, it's not completely

certain that they'll surface on Less Is More's final track list.