There have been a number of articles and interviews surrounding the band over the past couple of days and you can check them out below: Linkin Park Beatweek Magazine Interview - Click To Read In Full: Read The article by clicking the above link, or read the scans below: Page 2 | Page 3 | Page 4 IGN Interview With Phoenix - Click To Read In Full: IGN: Is it difficult to… you guys have obviously had huge success over the years… is it difficult to pursue that change knowing what you did in the past is what made you so successful? Do you worry about alienating fans because you're always changing? Maybe they're not getting more of what they came for? Farrell: If anything, I think I worry about fans potentially feeling like we don't like what we've done in the past. And that's not true. Every record we've done is a moment in time. We still play the old stuff live and I still love the old albums. But… in the process, for me personally, one of the reasons I love being in the band is that I love the creative aspect that comes when you're putting together a song. And that's what I loved about working on Hybrid Theory as well. And I think that same spirit – what we did working on a song then – continues on now. And by the same token, if we just tried to continue to write the same type of song, it'd be like rehashing old territory. By definition you're not getting to enjoy the creative process. So I'm not afraid of the notion of the fans not liking it because they like the old stuff. I'm only concerned that fans might think that we don't like that so we're intentionally leaving it behind. And that's not true. MTV Guitars On A Thousand Suns Article - Click To Read In Full: Mike Sinoda: "I heard a lot of comments about how certain songs on the record ... fans were hearing them and going, 'Wow, those are so heavy!' and I even caught people talking about guitar on a song like 'Wretches and Kings,' for example, and somebody else would call them out, be like, 'Actually, I don't even think that's guitar. I think it's some kind of sample or something, We've been getting a lot of questions on that. Our approach on that stuff has been really something different for us. We didn't just plug the PRS [guitar] into the Mesa amp; it was like, we played these guitars through all these different effects, and we put them in the computer and we sampled them and played them like you would make a hip-hop song." Linkin Park Rockets Towards A Thousand Suns LA Times Article - Click To Read In Full: Chester Bennington: "I made my mind up three years ago: I don't want to scream anymore," said Bennington, 34, stepping into the studio after a drive up from home in Orange County, his hair cut close to the scalp. "I think all of us at that point were going, 'If I keep doing this, this is just what I'm going to keep doing for the rest of my life." Shockhound Video Interview With Brad & Chester - Click Here To Watch: Watch a video interview where Chester talks about The Messenger, being a father, the positive meaning behind A Thousand Suns and touring whilst writing music to put out more music more often.