Linkin Park co-founder Mike Shinoda released two new songs ahead of his upcoming solo album, "Post-Traumatic," which will be out on June 15. The titles are, "Crossing a Line," and, "Nothing Makes Sense Anymore," and they, like the rest of the album, deal with the journey Shinoda's been on since the death of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington last July. Shinoda is expected to a few shows later this year in support of the album.
Mike Shinoda's new album is about his path out of the dark after Chester Bennington's death. (pic via zimbio.com)
They're clearly not Linkin Park songs, and we're curious to hear the rest of the album. We lean towards the lyrics of, "Nothing Makes Sense Anymore," but like "Crossing a Line" more overall. In any case we wish Shinoda the best with this release and hope it helps him and Linkin Park fans continue their paths to healing.
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