Linkin Park share new song, ‘Until It’s Gone’

Linkin Park 2013

US nu-metal stalwarts Linkin Park have shared a second new song from their forthcoming album.

‘Until It’s Gone’ is scheduled to appear on the band’s forthcoming album, The Hunting Party, and follows the streaming of previous song ‘Guilty All The Same.’

The Hunting Party will be Linkin Park’s sixth studio album and their first since 2012’s Living Things. Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello and Daron Malakian of System of a Down have been announced as guests on the LP.

Linkin Park frontman, Mike Shinoda, recently stated that the new album is heavier in sound than the band’s previous outings.

“I read a blog last year about music sucking right now and being really depressing, and I had to agree,” he says. “There are bands like Mumford and Sons and Arcade Fire, who are both fine if you like that sort of thing, but then there are just hundreds of bands trying to be like them.”

The Hunting Party is due for release on the 16th of June, immediately following Linkin Park’s headline appearance at this year’s Download festival. You can listen to ‘Until It’s Gone’ by clicking the video below.

The full tracklisting for The Hunting Party is:

‘Keys To The Kingdom’
‘All For Nothing’ (featuring Page Hamilton)
‘Guilty All The Same’ (featuring Rakim)
‘The Summoning’
‘War’
‘Wastelands’
‘Until It’s Gone’
‘Rebellion’ (featuring Daron Malakian)
‘Mark The Graves’
‘Drawbar’ (featuring Tom Morello)
‘Final Masquerade’
‘A Line In The Sand’

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