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Linkin Park 'Shift Into The Next Gear' On New Album

06/30/2016
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(Classic Rock) Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda has issued a studio update as the band continue work on the follow-up to 2014's The Hunting Party. Last month, he discussed the challenge of juggling "too many sounds" on the as-yet-untitled album. And he's now checked in to report that he's now ready to "get into experimentation mode."

Shinoda says: "I had an epiphany today about the album. Right now, in the studio, the foundations of the songs are there - I think it's time to shift into the next gear.

"Let's discover the voice of this album. I want to get into experimentation mode, get weirder, and record more live instruments. I said at the beginning, I want this album to be our best. Let's do this."

Shinoda has also released a 360 video where he guides viewers around the studio, giving them a behind-the-scenes look at the complex. Read more and watch the video update here.

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