LINKIN PARK: Alive And Well!

LINKIN PARK have issued the following statement in response to a news story hoax that stated that the band had been killed in a car crash: There is a fake URL floating around that is reporting that 'Popular Teen 'rock' band LINKIN PARK have been killed in an Auto wreck while travelling to a scheduled concert.' This is a HOAX! The band is in Colorado readying for the first Projekt Revolution show [on January 29th]. All the members of the band are doing fine and are very much looking forward to playing for you guyson all the tour dates for Projekt Revolution 2002. See you at the show!


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