LINKIN PARK: New Video To Premiere Next Week
LINKIN PARK's next single off their double-platinum-selling "Minutes to Midnight" album will be "Leave Out All The Rest". The group recently shot a video for the song, which was directed by band DJ Joseph Hahn and will premiere Monday, June 2. According to LINKIN PARK, the clip is "out of this world!"
A preview photo of the "Leave Out All The Rest" video can be found at this location.
Hahn, whose directorial credits include such award-winning videos as LINKIN PARK's "In The End" (2002's VMA "Video of the Year" winner) and "Somewhere I Belong" (2003's VMA "Best Rock Video" winner), as well as music clips for XZIBIT, STORY OF THE YEAR and ALKALINE TRIO, recently made his first foray into directing short films with "The Seed", a short film he produced and directed. Hahn also directed LINKIN PARK videos for the smash hits "What I've Done" and "Bleed It Out" off "Minutes to Midnight".
Musically, "The Seed" features two untitled original compositions by Hahn as well as a track ("There They Go") from FORT MINOR, the side project fronted by LINKIN PARK's Mike Shinoda.
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