PROJEKT REVOLUTION Bands Promise Pyro, All The Hits

June 27, 2007

Gary Graff of reports that the headliners of this year's Projekt Revolution tour are anticipating a particularly hard-rocking run when they hit the road July 25 in Auburn, Wash.

"We're all rock bands; we want to put on cool light shows and blow sh*t up and have as much going on visually as we can," LINKIN PARK's Chester Bennington told during a teleconference yesterday (June 26) that also included members of MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE and TAKING BACK SUNDAY's Matt Rubano.

"We're allowing the other bands to put on whatever show they want to put on," he added. "There's no restrictions. If everyone on the tour has the freedom to shine at their best and there's no limitations, I think the fans will walk away completely satisfied."

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