Stereoboard are reporting that Linkin Park are set to release their new single CASTLE OF GLASS on November 12th, with proceeds going to the Help for Heroes campaign which they helped promote in the recently released CASTLE OF GLASS music video in partnership with EA and Danger Close's Medal of Honor: Warfighter. Read more about the charity and Linkin Park's involvement through the Stereoboard excerpt below.
Bryn Parry, Co-Founder and CEO of Help for Heroes had this to say about Linkin Park's involvement in helping raise awareness and funds for the charity:The members of Linkin Park hold a shared respect for the work and sacrifices made by those who serve in the Armed Forces, and by supporting Help for Heroes, they hope to support servicemen, women, and veterans by raising funds for the charity as well as raising awareness about the support the wounded need for life.
Help for Heroes provides direct, practical support to wounded, injured and sick Service personnel, veterans, and their families. This is provided through grants to individuals and other service charities, capital build projects and support for life at four Recovery Centres across the UK.
Promo CD's have been emerging of CASTLE OF GLASS for the past couple weeks and you can view images of the artwork courtesy of Maik Gianino at the Wretches & Kings fan page on Facebook. The cover art for CASTLE OF GLASS looks to be the same as the image embedded within certain frames of the music video upon release, which you can view above.Linkin Park is clearly passionate about the Armed Forces and understand the issues they face. By donating proceeds from ‘Castle of Glass’ to Help for Heroes they will make a real difference.
Source: Stereoboard via LP:France | MSC