Looks like Linkin Park is gearing up for a celebration of their 2003 album Meteora. Linkin Park has reskinned their website to look like an old-school PC. If you click on the error message in the center, the “computer” crashes and eventually “reboots” with a countdown to five days from now. Below the countdown is an “error” message that reads “DETECTED_MEMORY_CORRUPTION_LiNkiNgPaRk-nUmB.exe.”
So whatever Linkin Park is teasing, is certainly coming next week. And given Linkin Park did a massive reissue for the 20th anniversary of Hybrid Theory, it seems pretty safe to assume this will be something similar.
Linkin Park‘s Meteora has sold roughly 16 million copies around the world, and is one of the best-selling albums of the 21st century alongside their nü-metal contemporaries Evanescence. Meteora also spawned Linkin Park‘s second biggest hit behind “Numb,” which is right behind their classic “In The End.”
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