Former Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland has dismissed claims he's set to reunite with former bandmate Fred Durst, insisting his new group Black Light Burns is "like going out with the hottest girl in school".
Borland, who will release Black Light Burns' first album, CRUEL MELODY, in June (07), adds that his Limp Bizkit tenure was "hard and painful" and he has no desire for the group to reunite.
The 32-year-old rocker says, "You can never tell what's going to happen, because life is very up-and-down and interesting - it throws new things my way all the time.
"So you can never say 'never' to anything, but I seriously doubt it.
"Black Light Burns to me is like going out with the hottest girl in school. Why would I want to go back to going out with someone who's not very good-looking to me and restricts me from doing anything?
"It's like, 'Wow, this is so awesome and easy.' Why would I want to go back to something so hard and painful for me?"
Former Limp Bizkit star Wes Borland has finalised the line-up for his new group Black Light Burns to include drummers JOSH FREESE and MARSHALL KILPATRIC.
The group will release its first album, CRUEL MELODY, in June (07). Borland states fans can expect his new music to be more mature than the work he did with Limp Bizkit, which he calls "knuckle-headed and immature".
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