While in the studio recently, Linkin Park received word President Clinton would be visiting their new recycling center in Haiti. Jumping at the opportunity to meet him, Shinoda hopped on a plane to show off the good they’ve been doing.
“The reason we went with this single first is that we think it’s a good look into the DNA of the record that we’re putting out this summer,” Mike Shinoda told Radio.com of the guitar-shredding 6-minute track.
Linkin Park, Thirty Seconds To Mars and AFI held a press conference today (March 4) at Milk Studios in Hollywood, CA to announce this summer’s Carnivores Tour.
Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda gives fans some insight on the recording process of their forthcoming 6th studio album, the first since 2012′s ‘Living Things.’
The group announced this week that they’re again putting Music for Relief into action by hosting a benefit show in L.A. with The Offspring to raise money for those affected by the catastrophic Typhoon Haiyan.
Aoki debuted the Linkin Park collaboration, ‘A Light That Never Comes,’ during Japan’s Summer Sonic music festival.
After months of heavy promotion and digging deep to reach fans in every musical nook and cranny, Linkin Park have good reason to be high fiving each other. Selling over 235,000 albums last week, the […]