Mike Shinoda has revealed Linkin Park have unreleased songs that includes late frontman Chester Bennington.
The ‘In The End’ hitmaker – who tragically took his personal life in summer season 2017, aged 41 – had laid down his vocals on a few tracks which did not make their final album, 2017’s ‘One More Light’.
One of these is a track known as ‘Friendly Fire’, nonetheless, Mike – who launched his debut solo LP, ‘Post Traumatic,’ in 2018 – has insisted followers can have a very long time to attend to listen to it.
Speaking throughout a Twitch live-stream, he stated: ”There was a track, a ‘One More Light’ track.
”We blended extra [songs] than [are on] the completed album and we blended a pair [of] different songs simply to see if considered one of them would make the lower or no matter. [Or] if we may use it for a B-side and it was ‘Friendly Fire’.
”I nonetheless love that track. Is that out someplace? Did we put ‘Friendly Fire’ out in some unspecified time in the future? We did not, did we?”
Asked by followers whether or not the track might be formally launched, he responded: ”You actually are going to have to attend years to listen to that track FYI.”
The rock band have been on hiatus since Chester’s passing, however earlier than the coronavirus lockdown, that they had been working collectively writing new music and so they proceed to verify in with each other on Zoom.
Bassist Dave Farrell teased just lately: ”For us, with the band, we have been kinda writing and doing that earlier than this all began.
”So casually at this level, we’re doing Zoom conferences to eat lunch collectively and say, ‘Hi’.
”But we’re not capable of get collectively and write or do this complete bit.
”So [we’re] working at residence just a little bit, working up concepts.”
He added: ”I’ve been enjoying a variety of drums, simply to do one thing new – I’ve been doing that for the final yr, yr and a half, and purposely making as a lot noise as potential to create my very own house in the home.”
Meanwhile, Chester’s outdated band Grey Daze are set to launch the LP, ‘Amends’, this week, which options the posthumous vocals of the late rock legend.