Grey Daze has posted on social media that they will be releasing 'What's In The Eye' from their still-untitled album that is being released April this year.
Over the past two and a half years~, the band has reworked their songs with Chester, taking his original acapellas of the songs from the 1990s and forming new instrumentals, with guests.
Check out the teaser here.
Update (01/16): 'Sickness' will be released as the first official single from the album on February 5th. The first track, 'What's In The Eye', is out now and a CD single is available for pre-order on the band's official website here. Listen to the song below:
During the premiere of the video, Sean took the time to answer a few questions from fans in the YouTube chat. Here's a summary:
Grey Daze have no plans to release Wake Me and No Sun Today on digital stores or streaming services at the moment. They want to focus on releasing the new album. All of Chester's vocals on the album were recorded in the 90s but for some songs they used alternate takes no one has ever heard. What's In The Eye physical single will be available for pre-order tonight. Fans who pre-order it will receive a "surprise." Head and Munky from Korn are in the album. He can't confirm if the album will be called Amends. They have no intention of doing Grey Daze without Chester, so they aren't getting a new vocalist and no shows are planned. If they ever do a show, it will be just as a tribute to Chester. Chester was 20-21 when his vocals on this song were recorded, not 17.Hahninator |
Hey everyone. This is Felipeintheend.
I am starting now a series of releases directly from my archives. I will mainly focus on releasing upgrades for existings sources before they get lost over the time. With this, I hope the Linkin Park's community get some kinda of excitment again and everyone can enjoy the band's past with these releases.
I have been working on finding new sources and upgrades for more than a decade, exactly 16 years long now, for those who knows me might understand how important those upgrades are to me. So i hope you treat it with respect and honor Chester during the listening party.
If you happen to have any Linkin Park show recorded by you or someone else, feel free to email me at email@example.com and it will be highly appreciated by a true Linkin Park bootlegs lover.
FELIPE'S VAULT RELEASES SERIES.
Links will be updated below:
Linkin Park - 2000-11-30 Providence, RI, United States [AUD] [Lossless Upgrade]
Linkin Park - 2001-01-10 Hamburg, HH, Germany [AUD] [Lossless Upgrade]
Linkin Park - 2001-03-24 London, ENG, UK - Docklands Arena [AUD] [Lossless Upgrade]
Linkin Park - 2001-06-09 Elkhorn, WI, Alpine Valley [AUD] [Lossless Upgrade]
Linkin Park - 2001-06-22 Wantagh, NY, Jones Beach Amphitheatre [AUD] [Lossless Upgrade
Linkin Park - 2001.12.08 Universal City, CA Universal Amphitheatre [AUD] [Lossless Upgrade]
Linkin Park - 2001-02-13 Pontiac, MI, Clutch Cargo's [AUD] [Lossless Upgrade]
Mirror link: Google Drive (Will expire in 10 days)
While we don't ever dive into the personal lives of the band, we thought it'd be interesting for fans to know that Mike has a new studio. He recently showed it off on Instagram, and you can see photos of it here.
If you look closely, you can see one of Brad's guitars in there, which really is no surprise but cool nonetheless.
This is likely a much-needed upgrade for Mike as he now has plenty of space for a full band to record in his studio. It also will make work easier for him moving forward in his production roles for other artists. Not bad!
Earlier this year we've posted about a collaboration between AmirSaysNothing and Mike Shinoda recorded back in February. While we still don't know its title, Amir has finally announced a release date for the track via Instagram stories. The new single is coming on January 2nd, 2020.
Update: The song is called 'Clockwatch.' Mike's role was producer. A preview was posted on Amir's Instagram stories. Visit our Linkinpedia page for more information.
Update 2 (01/06/20): Mike Shinoda produced a second track for AmirSaysNothing. A music video for the song was directed by Dylan Park. It will be included in his debut album coming February 23, 2020. More details will be announced soon.
Disturbed has released a music video for their new single 'Hold On To Memories' which takes fans down memory lane with photos and videos from the band's extensive career. They took the chance to pay tribute to some musicians who were part of their history and unfortunately are no longer among us such as Chester Bennington (Linkin Park), Chris Cornell (Soundgarden), Scott Weiland (Stone Temple Pilots), Dimebag Darrell and Vinnie Paul (Pantera) and The Rev (Avenged Sevenfold). There's some never seen before footage of Chester performing 'Walk' on stage with Disturbed at various shows on Ozzfest 2001.