Linkin Park Glean Inspiration From Soldiers In Castle Of Glass Video
In “Castle of Glass,” the latest music video released from Living Things, Linkin Park exposes the heartache from a child’s point of view when learning that their fathers, soldiers, would not be returning home.
The well-produced video intermixes gut wrenching stories with artful shots of the band performing as well as game play from a forthcoming video game.
“Castle of Glass” will serve as a track on the upcoming EA video game, Medal of Honor: Warfighter which is said to be inspired by actual events across the globe.
According to EA, the game’s story was written by Tier 1 Operators while deployed overseas. Players follow the global warfighters as they are asked to take on a real terror threats. In an interview with Spike, Mike Shinoda explains that Linkin Park’s music will serve as soundtrack for two levels of play. “They’re two of the stand-out levels in the game,” says Shinoda. “These two levels were designed by the Need For Speed team. So this is the first time that they’ve included driving footage or driving levels in Medal of Honor games.”
The latest edition of Medal of Honor his stores Oct. 23rd.
— Jay Tilles, CBS Local