Limp Bizkit are back with a new song, 'Lightz (City of Angels),' which surfaced online over the weekend. A music video for the song had appeared on YouTube but was since taken down. However, you can still listen to the tune below.

Frontman Fred Durst sent out a tweet to fans congratulating him on the track, saying, "Thank you, but it is NOT our first single / video. It was leaked prematurely."

The song 'Lightz' is a little bit more poppy than some of the group's late '90s rock efforts and shows some evolution in their sound. Durst both sings and raps on the track, and it has more of a anthemic yet melodic feel to it. However, there is definitely something for the rock fans as Wes Borland gets in a solid guitar solo midway into the track.

The tune will likely appear on the band's upcoming Cash Money records debut album, 'Stampede of the Disco Elephants.' In related news, the group is working on a new music video for the 'Urban Assault Version' of 'Ready to Go,' their collaboration with rapper Lil' Wayne. The band has posted shots from the video shoot here, here, here, and here.

Listen to Limp Bizkit's 'Lightz (City of Angels)'