Oh please, don't be so rude about the band, that's really disrespectful. Linkin Park and their tour management look at the UK as one country, and pick the cities according to the size of the cities and the venues available to them in those cities. When you take the UK as one country, we get proportionally far more concerts than your average country outside the United States. You only need to look at the number of people on the boards shouting "Come to Hungary!" or "Come to Mexico" or "Come to Wherever" to realize how lucky you are to get gigs in your country (the UK).
Compare the size (and population) of Scotland to some of the States in the US and you'll see why it's no surprise that Scotland rarely gets shows. Heck, the distance you have to travel from Scotland to Manchester/Birmingham and probably even London is LESS that the distance that some US fans have to travel across ONE STATE.
In fact, when you consider the sheer number of concerts that Linkin Park have in the UK, your statement: "Hope all you lucky f**ks who are getting tours that you're enjoying yourselves" is utterly ridiculous, since you, as a citizen of the UK, get a BUNCH of tour dates virtually every tour.
Am I against Linkin Park coming to Scotland? Of course not, it would be great to see them here, but seriously, it's not a big deal. We are part of the UK, and we get loads of chances to see them. Don't be so rude, respect the guys for their commitment to touring. And chill out dude.
Then how do you explain the Linkin Park UK tour in 2010 ?
Basically that was just an English Tour. Cause all they ever did in that tour was play in england when they could have at least added 1 scotland tour, but no they didn't, they always snub scotland from their UK tours.
and besides, I notice that everytime a band/artist does a UK tour, england get the most tours for themselves and scotland only gets 1 or none at all.