The music video I directed for "The Catalyst" premieres tonight on MTV.com and VH1.com at midnight, EST. When coming up with the idea for the video, I thought of the end of the world. After you have a chance to watch it, let me know what you think. I'm anxious to hear your thoughts.
Just saw the Video on MTV.de and I am definately impressed by the way you guys try to reinvent the b(r)and that is Linkin Park.
I mean the song is really tough on most fans ears. You broke so many structures (no Verse / Chorus etc) that are common in popular music. So the song, as well as the video do require some intelligence to comprehend and enjoy. The Video underlines the beginning of something new, the revolutiion, the journey into something new while catalyzing what was there before. "Lift me up, let me go".
So Mr Han, in case you actually read this, really great artistic work! I really hope that Linkin park will finally be able to get rid of their "pop band image" and stand for something that can be called art.
Cheers from Germany,
P.S. I never got the deal with EA. Just because Eminem got a song on Modern Warfare, you don't need one on Medal of Honor. In the context of that game, the song is pointless and I think it was a wrong choice to give out that game trailer you made before the actual music video to the Catalyst.
hey guys i loved this video. OMG...i was extremely inpressed. This has become my newest favorite LinkinPark video. Keep it up. Cant wait to hear the whole album. love you guys. Happy to be apart of your fan base.
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