LINKIN PARK: 'Given Up' Video To Premiere Today

The video for LINKIN PARK's newest single, "Given Up", will premiere exclusively on the LP Network Widget today, Monday, March 3 at 4:00 p.m. PST. In addition, on Tuesday, March 4, LINKIN PARK's "Live from SoHo" EP will be released via iTunes. This recording comes from their recent intimate performance at the Apple Store in SoHo, New York City, and includes the tracks "Wake", "Given Up", "Shadow of the Day", "My December", "In Pieces", and "Bleed it Out".

Upcoming LINKIN PARK shows:

June 06 - Rock in Rio, Lisbon, Portugal
June 07 - Festimad Sur 08 Festival, Madrid, Spain
June 13 - Provinssirock Festival, Seinajoki, Finland
June 14 - Hultsfred Festival, Hultsfred, Sweden
July 12 - Edgefest '08, Toronto, Canada

LINKIN PARK's latest album, "Minutes to Midnight", was recently certified double platinum for sales of two million copies since its May 2007 release.


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