April 28, 2001 10:49

LINKIN PARK GO MIDDLE-OF-THE-ROAD WITH NEW ALBUM Linkin Park Tickets

The band say the follow-up to 'Hybrid Theory' will be written while on the Ozzfest tour of the USA...

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LINKIN PARK have said they plan to write their new album while on the OZZFEST tour of the US.

According to MTV news, bassist Phoenix said the follow-up to their album 'Hybrid Theory' would be written on the road.

He added: "All six of us are more pressure performers, so it will be interesting to see how we do without a big deadline looming over our heads. But at the same time, we're really looking forward to sitting down and going through the creative process."

Following their Ozzfest dates, Linkin Park return to Europe for a live show at the London Brixton Academy on June 4.

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