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Linkin Park Aim To Challenge and Inspire Fans With New Album

09/02/2016
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Linkin Park

(Radio.com) Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington posted a short studio update on Thursday via the band's official YouTube channel giving fans some insight into the progress on their new album.

"I've been working really hard on some vocals for the last couple of months, we've done some really great stuff in here, the songs are amazing," he says in the clip.

"I'm really proud of what we've accomplished in the studio so far, we've got a lot of great material that I hope challenges our fan base as well as inspires them, as much as it has us, and so I'm really looking forward to you guys hearing the stuff. Check out the full video update here.

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