Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst has confirmed the rock band are reuniting, two and a half years after they split.
The rockers went their separate ways in 2006, following the failure of 2005 comeback album The Unquestionable Truth.
Bandmembers have since worked on solo projects, with Wes Borland joining Marilyn Manson's band and Durst trying his hand as a Hollywood director.
Rumours of a reunion recently began to circulate after pictures appearing to show the band rehearsing appeared online.
And Durst confirms on the band's MySpace page: "Yes, it has been a while. But a while worth the wait. It is getting very close to time to drop the Bizkit on the universe. I say this with the absolute best intentions and motivation. We, Limp Bizkit, are excited about the future for us and for you. Let's stir some s**t up my friends."
However, Borland isn't part of the comeback - he has been replaced by Evanescence guitarist Terry Balsamo.