Oh wait, it’s called “Endless Slaughter.” Not much is known about this song, except that it’s presumably from their long in the works debut for Cash Money, Stampede of the Disco Elephants, and it’s available for free download at their website. The song pretty much crams three different songs into one, with the middle part the most interesting. The song starts off with a pretty solid riff and Fred Durst Fred Dursting all over the place like Mike Muir. About two minutes into the song, Wes Borland gets to show off, with a quiet guitar interlude with Durst singing the lyrics shown on the still part of the video, then turning into another riff where Durst actually sings instead of whines. Then comes the third part where he raps. In all, it’s a pretty disjointed song that tries to be all things to all people, but if you’re a true Bizkit fan, then you’re probably just happy to have new music from them, even without DJ Lethal. As announced earlier this week, they’ll be touring next month, so now’s a chance to get caught up with a song they’ll probably be playing live.