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- Posted on Feb 12th 2009 2:00PM by Dan Reilly
"We decided we were more disgusted and bored with the state of heavy popular music than we were with each other," Borland and Durst said in a joint statement.
The group has been on hiatus for the past few years since the release of their 'Greatest Hitz' compilation, drummer John Otto's struggle with drugs and Borland's second exodus.
The announcement was made late Wednesday night on the band's official website, where Durst chatted with fans to confirm the news. The band will launch a Spring tour in Europe, and release a new album -- the first with the original lineup in nine years. With the current economic crisis, we wonder if they did it all for the money.
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