Watch Mike Shinoda (Linkin Park) Perform “Crossing A Line” On “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

Mike Shinoda (Linkin Park) was the musical guest on last night’s (June 19) episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” You can see footage of him performing “Crossing A Line” on the show below:

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Mike Shinoda (Linkin Park) To Perform On “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

Mike Shinoda (Linkin Park) has announced that he will be the musical guest on tomorrow’s (June 19) episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” Shinoda will be on the program promoting his recently released solo album “Post Traumatic.”

Mike Shinoda On Whether Or Not Linkin Park Will Continue Without Chester Bennington: “Unfortunately, There Aren’t Any Answers To That At This Point”

During an appearance on the brand new iHeartRadio podcast series “Inside The Studio”, Mike Shinoda was asked if Linkin Park would continue without the late Chester Bennington. He responded by saying “there aren’t any answers to that at this point.”

Shinoda said the following about the possibility of moving on without Bennington:

“I don’t know. That’s the million-dollar question, right? And, unfortunately, I’ve said it before, but, unfortunately, there aren’t any answers to that at this point. It would be awesome if there were. That would be really easy. I wish we were in a Brian Johnson/Bon Scott situation where it’s, like, no, the guy, our best friend, who sang for the band who passed away, he literally said, ‘This is the guy,’ and we listened to the guy and the guy’s definitely the guy, and we all love hanging out with him, and we want to play with him. That’s not a normal… That didn’t happen to anybody else, really. That hasn’t happened to us.”

He also added the following about his bandmates’ feelings:

“If somebody comes and says, ‘Hey, LINKIN PARK, do you want to play a show in Germany?’ then you have to have a discussion with all the guys, and you have one guy who’s, like, ‘I definitely don’t want to do it,’ and you have one guy who says, ‘I don’t know. Maybe. Maybe we shouldn’t do it,’ and two guys who say, ‘We definitely need to do it,’ and then there’s concerns. All that noise, that is not something I can deal with right now, and it’s not a knock on anybody else. Any one of us could be the outlier opinion, the minority voice on something, but I definitely need some more simplicity in terms of decision making.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Mike Shinoda (Linkin Park) Adds More Dates To 2018 World Tour

Mike Shinoda (Linkin Park) has added some more dates to his 2018 world tour. He will be out in support of his new album “Post Traumatic“ (out June 15).

Tour Dates:

06/14 Los Angeles, CA – Amoeba Music
06/15 Los Angeles, CA – KROQ HD Radio Space
06/20 New York, NY – Gramercy Tehatre
06/20 Camden, NJ – BB&T Pavilion
07/28 Salt Lake City, UT – Rice-Eccles Stadium
08/07 Kowloon Bay, HK – Star Hall
08/09 Bangkok, THA – GMM Live House @ Central World
08/10-12 Incheon, SK – Incheon Pentaport Rock Festival
08/18 Osaka, JAP – Summer Sonic Festival
08/19 Tokyo, JAP – Summer Sonic Festival
08/22 Singapore – Zepp
08/24 Parc de Saint-Cloud, FRA – Rock en Seine
08/25 Reading, UK – Reading Festival
08/26 Leeds, UK – Leeds Festival
08/29 Cologne, GER – Palladium
08/31 St. Petersburg, RUS – A2 Green Concert
09/01 Moscow, RUS – Adrenaline Stadium

Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda Premieres New Video For “Running From My Shadow” Feat. Grandson

Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda has premiered a new video for his new song “Running From My Shadow.“ This track features Grandson and it will appear on Shinoda’s new album “Post Traumatic“ (out June 15).