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Sunday, March 10, 2013

Linkin Park to compose soundtrack for upcoming 'Mall'



Ever since Linkin Park’s formation, we’ve been getting our dose of heavy rock rap music with every release of their albums. And with the latest album entitled Living Things just released last year, we’ll probably have enough Linkin Park music to get us past several months until their next one. According to the band, Living Things combines the elements from their previous albums to produce a new sound. Vocalist of the band Chester Bennington also states that the band has returned to more ‘familiar territory’ on their new record.
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“Living Things” was chosen as the title because the record is now far more personal. You’ll get to know the band much better as you listen to the 12 tracks present in the album. It really makes a perfect soundtrack if you want fast-paced rapping plus heavy hitting rock music. I myself listen to Linkin Park songs during those long and lethargic days, or when I’m playing online RPGs or casino games on the internet. There are websites like partycasino.com where you can play fun games like Blackjack, Roulette, Slots, and other table games you can find in the casinos. You can also download their software if you want to play all casino games the website has to offer. And with Linkin Park songs on your playlist, getting pumped up while playing games can really be one heck of a thrill. Now you don’t have to travel far to casinos just to satisfy your gambling needs.

After the album, the band is currently working on the soundtrack of a film entitled “Mall,” directed by their DJ, Joe Hahn. The film is about a group of people trapped in a mall during a shooting incident. It’s also an adaptation of the 2001 novel of the same name by Eric Bogosian, and it will star Vincent D’Onofrio and Chelsea Handler.

2 comments:

MrsClaire K said...

That's going to be awesome :-)Love 'Living Things' - it's a great album.

Nantz said...

I like Linkin Park so I'm sure the soundtrack will be stellar