With the upcoming release of the third installment in the "Transformers" series, "Transformers: Dark Of The Moon", LINKIN PARK has premiered its new music video, "Iridescent" the lead single off the film's soundtrack on VH1, VH1 Classic and Palladia, MTV Newtworks' high-definition channel. You can now see it below. (Note: Video stream may not be available to some non-U.S. residents.)Additionally, MTV's "The Seven" aired exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from the video shoot. MTV's "10 On Top" will also air behind-the-scenes footage from the video shoot Saturday, June 4 at 11:30 a.m. ET/PT. The band, longtime fans of the "Transformers" franchise, has provided songs for all three of the "Transformers" movies, including "What I've Done" and "New Divide". "Iridescent" is the band's latest song from the studio album, "A Thousand Suns", which was released last year. The band is currently on a world tour promoting the album. LINKIN PARK will perform "Iridescent" in Moscow's Red Square June 23 at the "Transformers: Dark Of The Moon" premiere.
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