New Linkin Park Track


Linkin Park today sparked a massive fan backlash by releasing a new song that's worlds away from their roots as a nu-metal rock band.

"Heavy" is quite possibly the least heavy song that the band (who brought us such masterpiece LPs as Meteora and Hybrid Theory) has ever released.

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'One More Light' will be released on 19th May; it's the follow up to 2014's 'The Hunting Party', and the band have been teasing it for bloody ages. The 21-year-old singer is most widely known for her glitch-pop hit, "Gold". Listen to Linkin Park's new track "Heavy" below.

The artwork to One More Light was revealed earlier this week through a puzzle. The band will be performing the new single, along with a couple other surprises.

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"One of the reasons we picked "Heavy" as the first single is because it's kind of core to the sound of the album", Mike Shinoda told KROQ during his visit.

"This wasn't a scenario where the whole album sounds one way and the single sounds different". The band will celebrate the album news with a Facebook live performance today, 2/16, at 3:00 p.m. EST. "So we wanted to go out with a song like that, where everybody can get a sense of the direction of this body of work".

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