4 Jan

UPDATED: Shark Attack won’t be the next single and Limp Bizkit is not signed to Warner Bros.

 

FINAL UPDATE: The screenshot is definitely a fake. We apologize for falling for this.

 

UPDATE: When asked on twitter about this, DJ Lethal called this rumour “bullshit”. Then, he said: “I’m 99% sure about this. If we are in Warner Bros. Records, nobody told me”.

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The screenshot that you can see above has been posted a few moments ago in our forum. It corresponds to a presale for the Shark Attack single in the Spanish iTunes Store. And there you can see that it will be released under Warner Bros. Records!

As yet, nothing has been confirmed by any means, so take this bit of information as a rumour that could be a fake. That said, judging from the artwork, this could very well be real.

We will try to confirm this information as soon as possible. Stay tuned!

Thanks for the screenshot: SerRgio

10 thoughts on “UPDATED: Shark Attack won’t be the next single and Limp Bizkit is not signed to Warner Bros.

  1. Odds are that Warner Bros. Records is handling international distribution of LB content but LB has independent control in the states. It’s a deal that a lot of artists have been taking lately. It gives them control in the largest market and outside the U.S. someone else takes over. The same thing is happening in the film industry.

  2. This isn’t a fake, I listened the preview today in the iTunes, but it isn’t avalaible anymore (why?). Hope they release it again..

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