Linkin Park Working on New Album, Confirm 2014 Release

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Linkin Park Working on New Album, Confirm 2014 Release
Although there's still a great portion of work to be done, Californian greats Linkin Park have confirmed working on a new record, announcing a tentative 2014 release. "We're kinda just starting on the next album, we'll see where that goes. At this point, we're having lot of fun," singer Mike Shinoda told Artisan News. "These days, I'd imagine that we could probably get through this one in less than six months and hopefully have something out for people next year." When it comes to the album's sound, Mike didn't want to reveal much details. "I hesitate to say what it sounds like because every time I do that people take that and run with it and it ends up not - I mean, we change our minds about what's gonna happen every couple weeks," he explained. Meanwhile, the band has rounded up a lineup for a Philippines relief following the devastation of Typhoon Haiyan. Including such acts as 30 Seconds to Mars, Never Shout Never, Enrique Iglesias and more, the artists will selflessly join forces to help Music for Relief foundation. Linkin Park released their latest effort - the remixes compilation "Recharged" on October 29 via Warner Bros.

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