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Week 11
  • Rockport-Fulton 0 VS La Feria 0
    November 17
  • Sharyland Pioneer 0 VS Mercedes 0
    November 17
  • Brownsville Hanna 0 VS Edinburg Vela 0
    November 17
  • Brownsville Lopez 0 VS Mission Veterans Memorial 0
    November 17
  • Grulla 0 VS Pleasanton 0
    November 17
  • Weslaco East 0 VS PSJA High 0
    November 17
  • Santa Rosa 0 VS Goliad 0
    November 17
  • La Joya High 0 VS San Antonio Southwest 0
    November 17
  • Sharyland High 0 VS Brownsville Pace 0
    November 17
  • Laredo United South 0 VS McAllen Memorial 0
    November 17
  • McAllen Rowe 17 VS Laredo Alexander 42
    Final
  • Los Fresnos 34 VS Edinburg High 14
    Final
  • Edinburg North 7 VS San Benito 50
    Final

Linkin Park surprises fans with the release of 'Guilty All The Same'

GATS_FINAL_HIRES(Radio.com) Linkin Park surprised fans yesterday (Mar 5) with the release of “Guilty All The Same,” the debut track from their forthcoming untitled album. The song mysteriously showed up in the feeds of Shazam user’s who searched for the band within the mobile app.

On Tuesday, at a press conference announcing Linkin Park’s upcoming tour with Thirty Seconds to Mars and AFI, Radio.com got a chance to speak with the band’s two frontmen, Mike Shinoda and Chester Bennington, who explained why “Guilty All The Same” seemed like the perfect song to reintroduce the band.

“The reason we went with this single first is that we think it’s a good look into the DNA of the record that we’re putting out this summer,” Shinoda said of the guitar-shredding 6-minute track.

“A few months ago I was making some demos and writing this stuff and it sounded like something that you could play on the radio,” Shinoda explained. “I listen to a lot of indie music… and I was listening to the demos and thought, I don’t want to make any of that music. What is it that’s not out there right now that I’m all about, that I’m fired up about that is a void? It ended up being this new material.”

He added, “It’s louder; it’s more visceral than probably anything we’ve done recently. And we’re all really proud of it.”

The song features an epic intro, which at first listen could be mistaken for that of labelmate, Avenged Sevenfold. But nearly three minutes into the relentlessly hard rocking song, legendary MC Rakim can be heard spitting a few rhymes.

“That’s like one of my idols,” exclaimed Shinoda. “If you get into the nitty-gritty of his rhyme pattern and the topic in this song, it’s bananas what he is doing. He’s on the some Steve Vai s*** vocally.” more on this story
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