Watch the Lyric Video for Linkin Park’s ‘Burn It Down’
It’s a big day for Linkin Park fans, as the band has announced details of their upcoming album, which is titled ‘Living Things’ and hits stores on June 26.
‘Living Things’ was produced by veteran knob-twiddler Rick Rubin. The album features the just-unleashed first single ‘Burn It Down.’ Check out the lyric video for ‘Burn it Down’ here.
Singer Chester Bennington recently revealed that the new album would mark a return, in many ways, to the sound Linkin Park delivered on their first two albums, the multiplatinum discs ‘Hybrid Theory’ and ‘Meteora.’
Now, Linkin Park rhyme-slinger / multi-instumentalist Mike Shinoda has commented on the topic, offering a lengthy blog post on the new album that reveals the following sentiments:
Over the course of the last year … we talked about how to tastefully bridge the gap between all the musical places we’ve been, to marry together all the ideas we’ve accumulated about how to make a song. And as ‘Living Things’ began taking shape, the most powerful shift I saw take place was the acceptance and eagerness to use all the tools in the toolbox, not just some. Everything at once, together.
Some people have already compared our new album to the early ones. I suppose it depends on how you want to make that comparison (by the way, it’s certainly not about guitars). For me, it’s all about getting back to the real “hybrid theory” — not the album with that name, but the idea that the six guys in our band have drastically different tastes in music, and the blending of all those sounds into one is exactly what we built our band upon.
In addition to announcing details of the new album, Linkin Park also revealed that they will co-headline this summer’s 2012 Honda Civic Tour with Incubus. The trek kicks off Aug. 11 in Bristow, Va.
‘Living Things’ Track List:
1. ‘Lost in the Echo’ 2. ‘In My Remains’ 3. ‘Burn It Down’ 4. ‘Lies Greed Misery’ 5. ‘I’ll Be Gone’ 6. ‘Castle of Glass’ 7. ‘Victimized’ 8. ‘Roads Untraveled’ 9. ‘Skin to Bone’ 10. ‘Until It Breaks’ 11. ‘Tinfoil’ 12. ‘Powerless’
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Atlanta-based indie rock trio Mansell has released the official music video for their single "Ghost." The track comes for their latest record Mantra, an eight-song offering that landed in the iTunes Top 100 Alt Chart and led the band to a support slot with Butch Walker earlier this year.
The video was conceptualized by a friend of the band, John Gray. "We all feel like kin to one another, so the understanding and chemistry there on multiple levels was a comfort in letting another artist interpret your music emotionally the way John did," says vocalist Holden Fincher. "He essentially dove into the song for an extensive period, and analyzed it in depth. He would call or we’d be together and he would just say how many times he had really listened to that song to really breathe it in and know it, and we’d discuss every little thing about it. The emotional pulls of the song itself, as well as who we are as artists, and what the project ‘Mantra’ was to us were put …