Launch Radio Networks is reporting that LINKIN PARK will publish a book called "From the Inside: Linkin Park's Meteora" later this month. The 144-page book contains photographs and handwritten notes that document the band's two-year "Meteora" world tour, as singer Chester Bennington recently discussed. "It's kind of like a documentary of our life up to the tour with METALLICA, the Sanitarium tour, all of our fans, all of the touring," he said. "And it's really a cool-looking book. It's got a lot of great pictures, some funny little stories in there, and it came together really, really well."
LINKIN PARK won their first American Music Award last night for Alternative Music Artist.
LINKIN PARK's collaborative "mash-up" EP with rapper JAY-Z, called "Collision Course", comes out on November 30.
Meanwhile, vocalist Mike Shinoda has designed a limited edition "Remix Series" sneaker for DC Shoes, with all proceeds going to a scholarship fund that Shinoda established at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, where he attended school. LINKIN PARK will begin working on their third studio album, the follow-up to "Meteora", in early 2005.
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