If you thought you'd heard the last of Limp Bizkit, think again -- the rap-rockers are gearing up for the release of a new album with the track 'Ready to Go,' featuring Lil Wayne.

Frontman Fred Durst confirmed via Twitter that Wayne guests on the track. No word yet on what the song may sound like, but some have speculated the collaboration might have been recorded during the sessions for Weezy's widely-panned 2010 rock album 'Rebirth.'

'Ready to Go' will appear on Bizkit's upcoming record 'Gold Cobra,' which is expected to hit stores later this year. Last month, Durst posted a statement on the group's website about the album:

"Through thick and thin, the Gold Cobra has slivered its way through the corporate jungle and into the studio to be mixed by Dave Schiffman. My intentions are to keep as much 'polish' off of this album as possible. I have had many discussions with Dave as he's been on the cobra since the beginning and knows exactly the sound I am looking for regarding the mix. We are extremely excited to get this album into your eardrums."

'Gold Cobra' will be Limp Bizkit's first album since 2003's 'Results May Vary.' Meanwhile, Lil Wayne will appear on the next single from Jennifer Lopez, and is planning to release 'Tha Carter IV' on May 16.