LINKIN PARK To Film Video For 'Faint'
LINKIN PARK are set to film a video for "Faint", the upcoming second single from "Meteora". "Video shoots are always super-long days, but the result makes up for the work that goes into it," drummer Rob Bourdon wrote in a recent online post.
The band finished their Projekt Revolution tour in Rapids City, South Dakota on Saturday (April 26). A day before the last gig, drummer Bourdon reflected on the trek, and the band's collaboration with rapper XZIBIT during the tour.
"During our set, XZIBIT has been coming out for 'Nobody's Listening' which has definitely been a highlight of the show," Bourdon wrote. "We've hit a lot of smaller markets on this tour that we didn't get to hit on the first Projekt Revolution and it has been cool meeting those fans for the first time."
Click here to watch footage of LINKIN PARK, MUDVAYNE and others performing during the Projekt Revolution tour.
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