We spoke to Wes Borland of Limp Bizkit back in February, and he mentioned leaving Los Angeles, CA and heading to Detroit, MI, saying, “I’m going to restart there on something.” Well, Borland has certainly restarted something, as remodeling his home with partner Carré Callaway (founder of the band Queen Kwong) has led to his own show on the DIY Network.
Said Borland via Instagram:
“@queenkwong and I have a show on the DIY Network. We’re not trying to get a show. It’s called American Rehab: Motor City. People keep writing us that we should have a show. Guys, we have one. It starts airing this winter on the DIY Network. I’m sure someone out there won’t understand this post and comment that they hope we get a home improvement show. Again: we have a show already. We’re shooting it. It’s set to air on the DIY Network in case you forgot what you read at the beginning of this post. For your kapeesh.”
By the way, Limp Bizkit has a new album on the way, due out sometime this year. Their last effort, Gold Cobra, came out in 2011 and debuted at #16 on the Billboard Charts, selling 27,430 copies in its first week of release (down a bit from 2000’s Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water which did over one million in first week sales).