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Hear Wes Borland's New Big Dumb Face Album 'Christmas in the Cave of Dagoth'

Limp Bizkit guitarist delivers "auditory cartoon" for holiday season

Hot on the heel's of Limp Bizkit's first album in 10 years, Still Sucks, guitarist Wes Borland has offered up the first album in four years from Big Dumb Face, his "ridiculous and fun" project with brother Scott. While the Bizkit LP dropped on Halloween day, the new Big Dumb Face full-length celebrates a different holiday, as evidenced by its title: Christmas in the Cave of Dagoth. Stream the album, which Borland describes as "an auditory cartoon," above via YouTube; it's also currently available through Apple Music, with a Spotify release reportedly in the works.

"Mission statement and big dumb plug for my project BIG dumb FACE: BDF has always been about being filterless, quickly clever, fast, and most importantly dumb," Borland commented of the album on Instagram. "Influenced by Death Metal, Calypso, Electronic, Hawaiian music and artists like Negativland, Ween, Mr. Bungle, Secret Chiefs 3, John Zorn, Moist Boys, and John Wayne's Texas Funeral, I've always tried to capture the moment while incorporating field recordings and studio work in order to make records in an incredibly short amount of time while maintaining a storyline and world of characters that mostly connects but can also break its own rules.

"Outside of a few previously harvested bits and pieces, most of the 3rd record was made in 3 weeks. My shortest and most inspired time frame yet on an LP... This is my outlet, it's an auditory cartoon, it's ridiculous and fun. I hope you all enjoy it as much as I do. Thanks for listening."