Wes Borland is one busy music-making man. In addition to working on the new Limp Bizkit disc, the guitarist is trying to wrap up work on the new Black Light Burns record, four years in the making. Black Light Burns debuted their first disc titled ‘Cruel Melody’ back in 2007, and fans have been anxiously awaiting a follow up ever since.

Borland talked about the disc saying, “This is a really personal record for me. I spent three years writing it and trying to find the right home, and I am confident it's the best Black Light Burns record yet.” He continued, “I'm really looking forward to working with THC/Rocket Science to get it out to the fans. It's really exciting to be working with a great team who loves the band; I couldn't be happier."

Borland has been keeping fans in the loop on all things Black Light Burns with frequent Twitter updates too, including revealing the band’s 2012 lineup which consists of Nick Annis, Dennis Sanders, and Joe Letz in addition to Borland.

On April 11, Borland posted updates regarding the status of the new disc, saying, “After 4 years of working on the new BLB record, on and off, I'm finally cleaning the sessions to go mix. Finally.” He followed that up with, “Not mixing today, just preparing all the sessions for mixing. Which means fixing little things I'm not happy with, Takes a while.”

The new disc is tentatively titled ‘The Moment You Realize You're Going To Fall’ and will reportedly be out later this year with an estimated August/September release date.

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