Linkin Park's new album !


Linkin Park's new album !

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This group was made to discuss Linkin park's new album. What kind of sound do you want for the next album ?

Here, we share our hopes and fears with other fans from around the world :)))

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new album

Started by Prashob cruizer. Last reply by vighnesh nair Feb 25. 11 Replies

waiting for your new album guys....................Continue

Thoughts Of New Album "Living Things"

Started by Matthew Color. Last reply by Eliss Tardy Nov 10, 2013. 2 Replies

Say what u think, what do u feel, and which song connecting with u :) Mine is : Lost In The Echo Powerless Roads Untraveled Continue


Started by Matthew Color Oct 30, 2012. 0 Replies

Guys join this group of new album Tracks1. Lost In The Echo 2.In My…Continue


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Comment by sizuka minamoto on March 12, 2012 at 8:46am

preety sure that it will blast of 2012

those guys ROCKS))D..

Comment by rokyslash on March 12, 2012 at 9:04am

this is true. we need lp in india as well. there is a huge fan base here for lp guyzzzzzzzzz. so please re-consider this request and lets rock in india.

Comment by amar shirgavi on March 15, 2012 at 8:10pm
Hey yo...LINKIN PARK we've been waitin 4 u to BLEED IT OUT in india....want u guyz here have a trip dwn here u've gt a huge fan base ova her
Comment by Rohit Sardar on March 18, 2012 at 1:24am

this is gonna be the biggest hit of 2012

Comment by Reinis on March 20, 2012 at 12:15am

ye u will be in Riga..

Comment by Manoj Sunder on March 20, 2012 at 7:49am


Comment by Stefan Lyon on March 21, 2012 at 2:44pm

come to MK like you did years back, i was too young to go last time!!


Comment by Chinmay on March 22, 2012 at 11:58am

PLz guys! come to India !!!!!!!!!

Comment by David Willyiam on March 24, 2012 at 12:53pm

Was that a defined focus for this album, then?
We just know the things we don’t like, so we know whether or not we’re feeling this vibe or that vibe that we’ve had in the past. But, above all, we just let the music take us wherever it wants to go. Mike and I naturally gravitate towards the ideas that inspire lots of melodies right away. From there, the songs will let us know whether they’re good or not. Our process is pretty labour intensive, so songs always go through a huge range of work. It’s very rare for our songs to start off one way and stay that way. The ones that become really, really hard to work on fall to the side, and the ones that stick around are those that inspire us, lend themselves to lots of different changes, and the ones that are continuously easy to write lyrics or melodies to.

And what can we expect of that lyrical content?
We’ve been writing a lot about relationships. We’re not a political band; we’re more of a socially minded band. We try to look at things that we find in the world that we’d like to see less of. We stick to what we’re really good at writing about, and we always have these great things to be inspired by. We’ve found a new way of writing that mixes everything together well – we’re not focusing too much energy on home or the studio or the road. And I think that’s helped us be more creative, so we’ll be able to make records faster, stay out on the road and continue playing shows – while not overplaying to the point of people getting sick of us (laughs).

Comment by David Willyiam on March 24, 2012 at 12:54pm

Revealed! The Secrets Of Linkin Park’s New Album

Chester Bennington takes K! on a tour of their forthcoming album – and explains how they’ve learnt to love guitars again

Linkin park are busy putting the finishing touches to their fifth studio album and they’ve given Kerrang! the inside story of the new record.
The as-yet-untitled release – tentatively scheduled to see the light of day this summer – is currently being completed in the band’s LA studio, and frontman Chster has revealed to K! that it’s sounding “a lot more familiar” than the bands last album, ATS.
Where that 2010 release took LP into unfamiliar and polarising territory, the vocalist has promised that the latest outing sees the Californians take heed of their nu metal roots and throw an embrace around guitars once more.
And if that’s whetted your appetite for the new release, just wait and see what else Chester and co have shared with us this week…

With the record nearly finished, how are things shaping up in this final straight?
We’ve found our stride right now. It’s really a prolific phase for the band; we’ve found a place where everyone is really happy and feels like their voice is being heard.

How has the positivity rubbed off in the sound of the record?
One thing that Mike and I discussed early on in the writing process was that we wanted to focus on trying to keep things up-tempo. There’s some dark stuff, too, but our fans can tell that even in the darker stuff there’s always a glimmer of hope, and that’s what we write the songs about. It’s about finding that positive twist on even the darkest moments; we never want people to feel any hopelessness.

Was the decision to write “up-tempo” based around planning to play the songs live?
Yeah, that was our real motivator. We know that when our fans come to see us play, they come for the energy of the show. But we’ve been writing a lot of midtempo stuff and they’re good songs, and if we keep writing these kind of songs we’re going to end up with a really long set (laughs). We know that with every record we put out we’re going to need to put out singles and pick our favourite songs, so we thought it’d make a good exercise.

Does that mean a departure away from the sound of ATS and towards LP of old?
Over the previous two records, we were trying hard to break out of the nu-metal box that we’d found ourselves in. It’s easy to characterise us as that, based on HBT and Meteora, when we were a nu-metal band. But we knew there was more to us than that. And, with the exception of the metal seven-string guitar tone that we had on the first two records – which I think is the reason a lot of people like the band – I feel we’ve found a place where we’re finally comfortable in our skin.

Is it simply a case of balancing all the different sides of the band?
Absolutely. There’s so many different sides to LP, and we’re tapping into each of them a little bit. With this album, we’ve incorporated a lot of guitar work with big choruses and the heavier electro stuff to give it a really big wall of sound feeling without getting too metal. This will be a lot more familiar to people than ATS was, where we were like, “Fuck it, we’re just gunna go bonkers.” (laughs).



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