The first release since the Post Traumatic album in June has arrived, and it's a live video release with five songs from Mike Shinodas show in Moscow, Russia on September 1st.
- Make It Up As I Go
- Crossing A Line
- Roads Untraveled
- In The End
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Mike Shinoda will be appearing on The Late Late Show with James Corden this coming Thursday, November 1st.
Mike is listed to appear alongside Rami Malek and Joel Edgerton. Filming will take place at 4:00PM in Los Angeles but tickets are already sold out for the taping of this episode.
It is expected that Mike will perform at the show, most likely his latest single "Make It Up As You Go" off of his solo album Post Traumatic. James Corden could also interview Mike and have him take part in sketches for the show.
Check http://www.mikeshinoda.com/tour for upcoming tour dates.
After 3 years of waiting, speculation, and false releases, the Mike Shinoda and Martin Garrix collaboration has (finally) been released as part of Garrix's new EP "BYLAW", which can be found on Spotify and other digital music services. In addition, Garrix has also released a music video for the track:
Talk about this song first started in 2015 when Mike posted this selfie with Garrix in London, where they were working in a studio. When we asked Mike about it during our podcast, he said that it might result in something or it might not. We would have to wait and see.
Portions of the song was debuted live by Garrix on March 16, 2016, when he played it during the Ultra Music Festival. Since then he has continued to play the song throughout his sets. Pierce Fulton later went on to play a different version of the song live and a version of this live version was recorded from the soundboard and leaked online as the official version. This was later debunked for the actual song.
Throughout 2016 and 2017 Garrix mentioned in various interviews that the song would debut on his album, or that it would be released eventually. In October of 2017, after the passing of Chester Bennington, Garrix gave the first real update on the release of the song
...due to the situation with Chester, I don't see it releasing anytime soon.And, in April of 2018, he gave a less optimistic update on the release
Waiting For Tomorrow was together with Linkin Park and because of Chester's passing it's little bit hard to release the song. I don't know if we're ever gonna release it. I hope so, maybe one day. But not soon I think. We are working on it but I don't know yet. There's a lot of new unreleased music which I'm gonna release very soon.But here we finally are, we have the song and it clocks in at 4:07.
What do you think of the song? Come and discuss it in our forums.
Source: Your EDM
It seems that Mike just can't get enough of that touring life, he has completed the rounds of promo shows for Post Traumatic, played tours in Asia and Europe, and is currently in the middle of his North American "Monster Energy Outbreak" tour. That tour wraps up on November 17, giving Mike a couple of weeks rest before playing another show. As announced on Twitter it will be the first "NOT SO SILENT NIGHT" show, being put on by Alt 92.3.
Will you be attending this show? Have you attended any of the shows on the Post Traumatic tours? Come and discuss in our forums.
Source: Mike Shinoda Twitter
Mike Shinoda took to his Instagram this morning via live stream to announce an upcoming tour across North America - the Monster Energy Outbreak Tour. Mike checked in from Hong Kong to announce the tour and go through all 22 tour dates. The tour begins on October 10th, 2018 in Montreal, QC and ends over a month later in Silver Spring, MD on November 17th, 2018.
LPU Pre-Sale Tickets & VIP Packages go on sale tomorrow, August 7th, at 10 am local time. Public tickets go on sale a few days later on August 10th at 10 am local time. The tour dates are listed below:
- October 10th - Montreal, QC @ Mtelus
- October 11th - Toronto, ON @ Rebel
- October 13th - New York, NY @ Pier 17
- October 14th - Philadelphia, PA @ Fillmore
- October 15th - Stroudsburg, PA @ Sherman Theater
- October 17th - Charlotte, NC @ Fillmore
- October 19th - Tampa, FL @ The Ritz
- October 20th - Orlando, FL @ House of Blues
- October 21st - Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle
- October 23rd - Raleigh, NC @ The Ritz
- October 25th - New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
- October 28th - Dallas, TX @ House of Blues
- October 30th - Las Vegas, NV @ House of BLues
- November 2nd - Los Angeles, CA @ Palladium
- November 5th - Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
- November 6th - San Francisco, CA @ The Masonic
- November 8th - Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot
- November 9th - Denver, CO @ Fillmore
- November 11th - Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
- November 14th - Boston, MA @ House of Blues
- November 16th - Detroit, MI @ Fillmore
- November 17th - Silver Spring, MD @ Fillmore
Tour dates and ticket info are available online now at mikeshinoda.com.
Planning on attending the tour? Come tell us on our forums and potentially meet up with other LPAers at Mike's shows!
Source: Mike Shinoda Instagram
The music video for Mike Shinoda's track “Brooding” is now available to watch on YouTube. Directed by Rob Daly and Mark Fiore, the music video featuring Nic Walton marries compelling imagery to the instrumental with how it feels to be struggling with your thoughts and trying to overcome them.
What do you think of the video? Sound off in the comments below.
A year has now passed since our world was forever shaken by Chester’s passing. Words still fail to describe how much Chester meant to us and how deeply we miss his bubbly, kind-spirited personality and his incredible talents. The shockwaves of his death still ripple through our fanbase as we continue to process our grief and reconcile that our friend is actually gone. Throughout this journey we have learned a lot about ourselves: about our resilience, about how amazing a family this community is, and about the importance of mental health awareness. And above all, we have strived to #MakeChesterProud in honour of his legacy.
A piece we wrote earlier in the year talked about how grief comes in waves: how the waves will keep coming, but we can learn to surf. Over the span of the last year, it feels like we’re starting to find our balance on top of that board. A lot of this can be owed to how we have banded together as a community to hold each other up at times we no longer felt we could stand. But we would be remiss if we did not mention the efforts of Mike Shinoda over this last year to help our community heal.
Mike, it has been incredibly inspiring watching you power through and channel your grief over the last year, from helping to put together the Hollywood Bowl celebration, to chaperoning us through that difficult night, to having the courage to candidly pour your broken heart out for us through an EP and then an album, to pouring it out again up on stages all over the world, to becoming a mental health advocate, to hosting live chats with your followers to check in with everyone… it’s been way more than we ever could have expected. You could have decided to keep your experience private and we totally would have understood. But instead you emerged a leader and truly what our community most desperately needed. Chester is so proud.
To the entire band: you are ever-present in our thoughts. We cannot imagine how hard this has been for all of you over the last year. The love, support and kindness you've shared with us is appreciated by everyone in the community. Just know that this community is here for you, as you have been for us these last two decades. We’re not going anywhere.
To Chester's family and friends: we wish you continued strength during these unimaginably difficult times. And thank you, Talinda, for being such a driving force for mental health awareness. Your commitment to changing lives and improving the conversation around mental illness is inspirational.
To Chester: We will keep you in our memories forever. Thank you for singing us through our hard times and lifting us up with your warm and generous spirit. You are greatly missed, friend. We love you.
If you or anyone you know needs mental health support: https://www.changedirection.org/help-line-resources/
The music video for Mike Shinoda's Collaboration with Chino Moreno and Machine Gun Kelly titled "Lift Off" is now available to watch on YouTube.
"Lift Off" marks the 10th music video off of Mike Shinoda's debut album, Post Traumatic, which is available now.
What do you think of the video? Sound off in the comments below.
The music video for Mike Shinoda's song "Promises I Can't Keep" is now available to watch on YouTube. Eagle-eyed viewers will note that a lot of this video was filmed at the Santa Monica Pier.