LINKIN PARK Plans Quick 'Midnight' Follow-Up

February 6, 2008

Gary Graff of reports that as LINKIN PARK prepares for its upcoming North American tour, frontman Chester Bennington is predicting a much shorter turnaround for the group's follow up to 2007's "Minutes to Midnight".

"We sparked a new kind of life into what we do during the writing of ['Midnight']," Bennington tells "We want to keep that going. I think we're in the mode, and I have a good feeling we're going to put another record out really quickly."

Bennington says LINKIN PARK will be bringing gear on the road to capture ideas that come up on tour. Besides the North American jaunt with COHEED AND CAMBRIA and CHIODOS that kicks off Feb. 12 in Omaha, Neb., the group is also planning to host another edition of its Projekt Revolution tour this summer; bands and dates are expected to be announced during the next couple of months.


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