Shinoda answered ranging from ‘The Hunting Party,’ video games, beer, and of course, Pokemon.
The big question that is on everybody’s mind is: Who will play Bennington in a biopic after he dies?
“I’m really disappointed this injury has made it impossible to continue with this tour. The first couple shows were just magical. We will truly miss not being with our fans for the next few weeks. Hope to see you again soon.”
Linkin Park played to a packed Petco Park in San Diego in celebration of mtvU’s inagurral Fandom Awards. Watch highlights including “Guilty All The Same” and “Wastelands.”
Featuring System Of A Down guitarist Daron Malakian, “Rebellion” is even faster than “Guilty All The Same.” And that’s saying something.
Linkin Park latest track, “Wastelands” off their upcoming album The Hunting Party (due June 17) boasts Brad Delson’s liberal use of heavy riffs and Mike Shinoda’s return to rapping.
The group will now officially be called Stone Temple Pilots With Chester Bennington. Their debut EP, High Rise, also now has a release date: October 5.
Scott Weiland On His Stone Temple Pilots Replacement: ‘I Don’t Think Chester [Bennington] Did It In A Spiteful Way’
“I’ve known Chester for a long time. I got to be pretty close with him on the  Family Values Tour,” Weiland said. “I don’t think Chester did it in a spiteful way.”
“He grabs me by the shoulders, and he says, ‘You are a powerful and talented young man.’ He’s staring at me in my eyes and says, ‘If we were in prison, I would make love to you.’” — Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington describing his first meeting with Gene Simmons
Adele joins other artists like Whitney Houston, the Backstreet Boys and N’Sync who have reached the milestone.