Linkin Park pack a powerful emotional punch with their latest video for 'Castle of Glass,' which tells the story of a military family losing their father to war.

The clip, which was shot in association with the creators of the upcoming 'Medal of Honor: Warfighter' video game, centers on a young boy who is greeted at the door by a soldier preparing to break the news of his father's death while his mother returns to his side crying about their loss.

Inside the house, Mike Shinoda stands alone as the foundation begins to crumble around him, mirroring the emotional shock that is impacting the family. The powerful song takes on more resonance as the young boy begins to explore his father's belongings and starts to understand what he sacrificed to serve his country and even though the boy has lost his father, he prepares to follow in his footsteps.

Prior to the video's premiere, the band offered fans a chance to unlock the clip by taking part in a 'Medal of Honor: Warfighter' beta test. The group coordinated with EA Games to create their new clip, and 'Medal of Honor: Warfighter' footage is worked into the 'Castle of Glass' video itself.

Watch Linkin Park's 'Castle of Glass' Video

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