12 Songs, 36 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Linkin Park returns to its roots on LIVING THINGS, the band’s fifth album. The first single, “BURN IT DOWN,” gives a hint with expansive guitar, shouted choruses, a rap from Mike Shinoda, and Chester Bennington’s naked vulnerability encased in a throat-shredding howl. LP fans craving the chemistry of Hybrid Theory and Meteora should immediately take to LIVING THINGS.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Linkin Park returns to its roots on LIVING THINGS, the band’s fifth album. The first single, “BURN IT DOWN,” gives a hint with expansive guitar, shouted choruses, a rap from Mike Shinoda, and Chester Bennington’s naked vulnerability encased in a throat-shredding howl. LP fans craving the chemistry of Hybrid Theory and Meteora should immediately take to LIVING THINGS.

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