Linkin Park Reveal New Track, Album Artwork

artist: Linkin Park date: 04/16/2012 category: online downloads

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Linkin Park Reveal New Track, Album Artwork
Linkin Park have revealed the artwork to their forthcoming album "Living Things". The image appears to be the person made from burning embers which features in their new video for "Burn It Down", seen below, breaking through shards of ice. Describing their writing process for the new album, frontman Chester Bennington says the first single was chosen because of it's big electronic hooks. "All of our songs take these really big creative turns and twists throughout the process, so sometimes songs will start out as a melody or some musical chord progressions," he said. "Other times, they'll start out as beats, and the next thing you know they kind of evolve over the course of the making of the album." He continued: "What's interesting about this track is the really high energy and the really strong electronic melodies and hooks kind of set this song apart, which is why we chose it as our first single." You can see the video with lyrics to the single "Burn It Down" below. The single is available from digital outlets from today.
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