Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst has, um, conquered the worlds of music and film directing so far -- and his next target is TV sitcoms. He's signed with CBS for a half-hour comedy project which he'll star in and produce. The untitled comedy, which at one point had, what would have been the appropriate title, Douchebag, is about "a rock legend looking for balance between his high-profile lifestyle and trying to raise a family."

Durst has acted on TV before, with a guest role on House.

Metallica and Lou Reed are holding a private listening session for their collaboration album, Lulu, in New York on October 24th -- and they want you to be there. Win a trip to the Big Apple and accommodations for the event by entering at

Lulu will be in stores on November 1st.


Jane's Addiction: The Great Escape Artist (Capitol)
This is the first album from Perry Farrell and company in eight years.

Puscifer: Conditions of My Parole (Puscifer Entertainment)
This is the second album from Maynard James Keenan's second side project.