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Fighting Myself Video LP
Fighting Myself Video LP

Fighting Myself by Linkin Park Is the Latest Offering to Fans by the Nu-Metal Pioneers

After the February 10 release of their new single titled ‘Lost’ which took the internet by storm, nu-metal giants Linkin Park has dropped another fabulous track off the reissue of their iconic 2003 album “Meteora.” The song, ‘Fighting Myself’ was released along with a killer new video directed by Jacky Lu. “Fighting Myself” has a more chopping, rap-influenced vibe to it compared to the quick-paced “Lost,” which was ultimately removed from Meteora’s track list in favour of “Numb,” with which it has many similarities. The full Meteora 20th anniversary edition arrives on April 7th and is now available for pre-order.

A true showcase of the band’s iconic nu-metal sound

When it comes to influential bands of the 21st century, it’s hard to think of anyone who’s had quite the impact that Linkin Park has had. Their unique blend of hard rock, hip-hop, and electronic music helped to define an entire genre, and their music continues to inspire across generations. Hence, when the band announced a 20th-anniversary reissue of their 2003 album “Meteora,” fans were eager to hear what previously unreleased gems the band had in store for them. And now, with the release of “Fighting Myself,” it’s clear that Linkin Park hasn’t lost their touch.

Recorded during the original sessions for “Meteora,” “Fighting Myself” features vocals from both Mike Shinoda and Chester Bennington, and it’s a true showcase of the band’s iconic sound that made them who they are today. It’s a welcome addition to the Meteora reissue and a reminder of the Linkin Park’s immense impact to the lives of their fans around the globe. Even years after the tragic loss of Chester Bennington, Linkin Park’s music continues to resonate and “Fighting Myself” is just the start of an exciting new journey that the nu-metal pioneers are ready to take us on this year!

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