Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda Announces Release Of Solo Record

The first album after Chester

Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda Announces Release Of Solo Record Image: Mike Shinoda, supplied

Linkin Park co-lead singer Mike Shinoda has announced that he will release a full-length solo album, Post Traumatic, due out June 15 on Warner Bros. Records.

Along with the album announcement, Shinoda released two new tracks – Crossing A Line and Nothing Makes Sense Anymore, as well as a video for Crossing A Line.



The 16-track album is available to pre-order here.

It will include the two aforementioned new tracks alongside the three tracks from the Post Traumatic EP, released earlier this year.

In the months since the passing of Linkin Park vocalist Chester Bennington, Shinoda has immersed himself in art as a way of processing his grief. With no agenda, Shinoda hunkered down alone in his Los Angeles home and began writing, recording, and painting.  

Ultimately, Post Traumatic is an album about healing. The songs, though specific about Shinoda’s experience with loss, manage to be universally relatable, thanks to their honesty and heart.

“If people have been through something similar, I hope they feel less alone,” he says. “If they haven’t been through this, I hope they feel grateful.”

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