Posted on September 5, 2019 by Kevin
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Mike Shinoda has just debuted the new animated music video for his song "World's On Fire" from his 2018 album Post Traumatic. The video is as mentioned animated, the first animated video from this album and the first one since "Breaking The Habit" in 2004. The video is directed by Mike Shinoda & Juan M. Urbina. Check it out below.



This is now 15 out of 16 songs from Post Traumatic that has gotten music videos, the only one remaining at this point being "Hold It Together". If a music video for that song will come out remains to be seen. But while you wait you can check out all the other videos in this YouTube playlist
What do you think of the video? How many easter eggs could you find? Come and discuss in our forums!

 
Posted on July 2, 2019 by minuteforce
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You thought Mike Shinoda would be stopping after 14 "Post Traumatic" music videos, but he's about to exceed your expectations once again - it seems a video for fan-favourite album cut "World's On Fire" is on its way!

As Shinoda tweet states, the video will be an animated one, with his own designs forming the basis.

Shinoda will be making an appearance at 2019's Anime Expo in Los Angeles to give a preview of the video - he will be a part of a showing called the Crunchyroll Industry Panel, scheduled for Saturday, July 6. This panel is listed on crunchyroll.com as follows:

Crunchyroll Industry Panel, Saturday @ 2:30pm - 3:30pm in LP1 (Petree Hall)
Fans worldwide should be able to tune in and check out this exclusive preview, as events at Anime Expo will be streamed live at anime-expo.org/live.

If you haven't been keeping track, this latest development means there is only one song left on the 16-track standard edition of Shinoda's album "Post Traumatic" that hasn't had a video created for it. He may well aim to close that gap in the future. Longtime Linkin Park fans will also note that this is not Shinoda's first foray into anime-inspired imagery - various anime works have influenced LP's video and album visuals throughout the years, most notably the "Breaking The Habit" video.

Source: Mike Shinoda on Instagram

 
Posted on June 24, 2019 by Kevin
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Even though Mike had said that his Post Traumatic tour ended with his shows in Israel earlier this year, Mike has just announced three more dates, all in Asia, that he will play in support of the album. This will be his second time in Asia playing shows for his 2018 Post Traumatic album, however he did not play in any of these countries on the run last year.

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He's adding these shows after announcing on May 30th that he will play at this year Wired Music Festival, taking place on September 8th in Nagoya, Japan. As of now, this is what his mini-tour in Asia looks like:

2019.08.31 - Taipei, Taiwan
2019.09.04 - Jakarta, Indonesia
2019.09.06 - Manila, Philippines
2019.09.08 - Nagoya, Japan
Taipei & Manila ticket details: LPU Pre-Sale: June 28th @ 10am (local time) /// Public Onsale: June 29th @ 10am (local time)
Jakarta ticket details: LPU Pre-Sale: June 30th @ 10am (local time) /// Public Onsale: July 1st @ 10am (local time)
Tickets can be found over at MikeShinoda.com

Are you planning on going to any of these shows? Are you hoping Mike will add more shows internationally, preferably closer to where you live? Come and discuss in our forums.

Source: Mike Shinoda Twitter

 
Posted on June 15, 2019 by Hybrid
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To celebrate the one year anniversary of the release of Mike Shinoda’s Debut Album, Post Trumatic, Mike released an alternate “rough sketch” version music video of his single “Crossing A Line.” This “rough sketch” of the video also features an unfinished version of the song along with a video that Mike recorded entirely by himself on one late night during a stroll down Sunset Blvd.

Check out the video below and let us know what you think about it in our comments!



Source: YouTube

 
Posted on March 5, 2019 by Hybrid
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Lamb of God's Guitarist, Mark Morton, released the music video today for his song "Cross Off." "Cross Off" is the first single off of his debut solo album, Anesthetic, and features the vocal talent by the late Chester Bennington.

Check out the video here:



Mark Morton's debut album, Anesthetic, is available now.

What do you think of the video? Sound off in the comments below.

Source: YouTube

 
Posted on March 4, 2019 by Hybrid
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The music video for Mike Shinoda's track “I.O.U.” is now available to watch on YouTube. This music video, directed by Chady Awad, features live footage from Mike Shinoda's Post Traumatic Tour.



"I.O.U.marks the 14th music video off of Mike Shinoda's debut album, Post Traumatic, which is available now.

"World's On Fire" and "Hold It Together" are currently the only songs off of Post Traumatic without Music Videos.

What do you think of the video? Sound off in the comments below.

Source: YouTube

 
Posted on March 1, 2019 by minuteforce
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You thought 13 music videos for songs off one album would be enough for Mike Shinoda, but you've underestimated him once again: Shinoda is now teasing another "Post Traumatic" video, this time for crowd-favourite hype banger "I.O.U."!


From the looks of this brief teaser, the "I.O.U." video will presumably consist of footage from live shows Shinoda has played throughout the past year. Montreal-based Chady Awad is the video's director - evidently, he's been on the road with Shinoda to capture the action, as photos from the recent "Post Traumatic" U.S. tour can be seen on his Instagram feed:

The video will premiere on Monday, March 4 at 9AM PST. If you want to be among the first to see it, you can visit the YouTube page and set up a reminder right now.

Appropriately, Shinoda is set to embark on a European tour tomorrow, and Awad has been on hand to document the current rehearsals so there may yet be more content to come.

Source: Mike Shinoda on Twitter

 
Posted on February 12, 2019 by Louis
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A commemorative photo exhibit, entitled "Celebrating the Life of Chester Bennington," has been scheduled for March 20th, 2019, which would have marked Chester Bennington's 43rd birthday.

The exhibit, featuring never-before-seen photos from Jim Louvau (an artist and close friend of Chester's), will be hosted at The Black Sheep Gallery in Burbank, CA from 7-10 p.m. that day. Louvau, who met Chester in 2000 just prior to the release of the band's debut album Hybrid Theory, will showcase photos taken of Chester throughout his career. Portions of the proceeds will go to Talinda Bennington's 320 Changes Direction charity for suicide prevention.

According to Louvau, "Over the course of our 17-year friendship I was lucky enough to document the evolution of the young musician who never took himself too seriously to the family man and philanthropist he developed into... Now it's time to honor the memory of someone who I owe a great deal of gratitude by sharing the art we created together with the world and continue to celebrate his legacy on his birthday."

A limited number of tickets are on sale ($25) for the event, and can be purchased online via Eventbrite.

If you are in the area and plan to go, let us know on our forums.

 
Posted on January 22, 2019 by Kevin
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Out of nowhere Mike Shinoda has just added another show in Tel Aviv, Israel to his touring schedule. Like the previous show it will take place at Hangar 11 and it will be on March 26, 2019.



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Much like the first Tel Aviv show on March 25th, LPUnderground members are being offered the chance to gain early entry into the venue on the day of the show, so if you're not a LPU member make sure to sign up for the fanclub! The contest can be found here!

Source: Mike Shinoda Twitter

 
Posted on January 14, 2019 by minuteforce
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Fans wondering what Mike Shinoda's recent Instagram vagueness was teasing now have their answer: a new "Post Traumatic" tour date has been announced! Shinoda will be performing a show in Tel Aviv on March 25, 2019. This will serve as the conclusion to the European tour leg that he is set to embark upon at the beginning of March.


The Tel Aviv show will take place at a venue called Hangar 11, and tickets are now available for purchase through Ticketmaster Israel. In addition, Linkin Park Underground members are being offered the chance to gain early entry into the venue on the day of the show - sign up for the latest LPU contest here!

More information about Shinoda's 2019 tour dates can be found on mikeshinoda.com.

Source: Mike Shinoda on Twitter