Limp Bizkit's most revered moments are being assembled for an upcoming greatest-hits album that is expected to surface before the end of the year.
Although a track list has not been determined, three new songs — tentatively titled "Relentless," "Masturbation" and "Why" — are likely to appear in the set alongside the hits from the band's four studio albums.
Durst revealed a bit about the best-of collection Monday in an interview with Uncle Nasty of Denver radio station KBPI to talk up "Almost Over," the third single from the band's latest album, Results May Vary. The markets of stations that add the tune to their playlists, Durst said, would likely be rewarded with a visit from Limp Bizkit when the band kicks off a tour later this summer. An Interscope Records spokesperson confirmed that a cross-country trek is in the works, but an itinerary has yet to be hammered out.
"Relentless" and "Masturbation" were recorded during the Results May Vary sessions and have nary a trace of rapping, the band's spokesperson said. "Relentless" features guitar work from Durst and Elvis Baskette, the album's engineer, while Bizkit guitarist Mike Smith lent his talents to "Masturbation." "Why" was also recorded during the album sessions and was produced by Durst himself.