Borland's Lead Singer Nightmare

Former LIMP BIZKIT guitarist WES BORLAND is at the end of his tether - because he can't find a lead singer for his new rock outfit.

The ROLLIN' hitmaker left the FRED DURST-fronted group last year (02) and set up new band EAT THE DAY. But discovering the perfect frontman has proved to be a real headache for the rocker.

And he has ruled himself out as a possible contender.

He says, "We've already tried to do that. I'm not so interested in singing for this band. It's really important to me to be mobile onstage when I'm playing guitar.

"I can't be strapped down to a microphone. It strips me of everything that I'm good at. Plus I really hate my singing voice."

04/06/2003 17:28

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