The general feeling is that Limp Bizkit - with one foot in the grave thanks to the tiring-fast antics of frontmonkey Fred Durst - were going to have to do something pretty damn remarkable on this latest if they were to avoid the sweep of Death's scythe. Wedgied between rap-rock (in an advanced state of decomposition) and Slipknot-style nu metal (early-onset rigor mortis), the five-piece aren't just fighting for life, but where to live it. Doubly so given the departure of guitarist and creative brain trust - if such a thing can be said - Wes Borland, whose absence is sorely noted here. Results May Vary has an uncharacteristically unadorned, stripped-down sound that is convincing neither in its introspection nor lackadaisical spates of "rage." Even if you hate them, and I don't, they're usually good for one memorable tune. But not this time.