During an appearance on “Tuna On Toast With Stryker,” Mike Shinoda was asked about the possibility of a Linkin Park reunion. He responded by saying that the band still don’t have the “emotional and creative math” worked out to make a return following the tragic death of Chester Bennington.
Shinoda said the following:
“For me, I’m like, okay physically I could still tour. That part’s good. Hopefully that doesn’t change any time soon. But now is not the time [for Linkin Park‘s return]. We don’t have the focus on it. We don’t have the math worked out. And I don’t mean that by financially math, I mean that like emotional and creative math.”
He also dismissed the idea of touring with a hologram:
“Negative a million percent. I hate the idea of doing a Linkin Park hologram thing. It’s awful.”
[via Metal Hammer]