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Posted on March 28, 2012

Slipknot’s Sid Wilson seems to be on a roll when it comes to collaborating. We’ve just posted news about him teaming up with UK Grime artist Professor Green, which you can read by clicking here – and when NME questioned Sid about working with Green, he also confirmed that he is working on a new project with Limp Bizkit singer Fred Durst.

Wilson told NME that he met up with Durst while on tour in Australia and has been recording with the singer in Florida at Young Money Cash Money studios. Asked if he and Durst were indeed working together, as internet rumours suggested, Wilson replied: “Yeah, I’ve been hanging around with Fred. We did the Australian tour together and we just clicked instantly. There was an instant connection when we got to talking. I went out to Florida to hang out with him and we went into the Cash Money, Young Money studios together to work on new music.”

He went on to loosely define the project with the Limp Bizkit frontman: “I’m going to do an EP with Fred Durst. I don’t want to say too much but it’s definitely part of this new, dirtier approach to music making I’m doing right now. It’s great to work with Fred, he understands the harder edge of the world that I’m into.”

You can read more on NME.com by clicking here.

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