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Linkin Park Member Answers Fan Questions

97X, Tampa Bay's "new rock alternative" gave listeners an opportunity to ask LINKIN PARK anything. They picked the best questions and sat down with Mike Shinoda who answered them. Watch the footage in two parts below.

LINKIN PARK singer Chester Bennington plans to resume work on the debut album from his side project, DEAD BY SUNRISE, which he put on hold while making and promoting the latest LINKIN PARK CD, "Minutes to Midnight". While Bennington intends to do some work on DEAD BY SUNRISE next month during the holiday break, he told The Pulse of Radio that the record will likely be completed next year. "I think I'm gonna attempt to really get the bulk of any recording or any re-arranging from March to May," he said. "We have like a couple of months off there. That way when we finish touring with LINKIN PARK, then I can go in and just finish the record and get it out."

Bennington's other ventures outside of LINKIN PARK include a chain of tattoo shops and a clothing line.

LINKIN PARK is expected to launch another U.S. trek in February of 2008. Another edition of the band's Projekt Revolution festival tour is also in the works.

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Source: Blabbermouth

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