Linkin Park's new album is called 'The Hunting Party' and that concept carries over to their new lyric video. Unlike a lot of lyric videos, this one actually has a plot to go along with the words that are scrolled across the screen.
Details about Linkin Park's upcoming album 'The Hunting Party' have been trickling out over the past several weeks. Now we have the complete track listing with guest musicians for the disc that's set to be released June 17.
Linkin Park recently released their new single, ‘Guilty All the Same,’ giving fans a taste of the direction of their upcoming album, ‘The Hunting Party,’ due June 17. We were one of the lucky few who spent a morning at MSR Studios in New York City to listen to a handful of new tracks presented by none other than Linkin Park's very own Mike Shinoda.
Linkin Park have never been your traditional act. Start by having two vocalists -- one a powerful belter while the other comes from a hip-hop background. Add in a DJ/programmer, and then layer that on top of the traditional guitar, bass and drums. That gives them plenty of space to experiment. But with a new album en route and the guitar heavy 'Guilty All the Same' just hitting the airwaves, it's not a reach to suggest we may be hearing more guitar than ever from the band.
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