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Linkin Park have announced that they will be going on tour with Incubus in August, following the June 26 release of their new album Living Things.

Listen to the album’s first single “Burn It Down,” available now on iTunes.

 

Linkin Park will be touring the United States with Incubus starting Aug. 11 in Virginia. The 16-city tour ends Sept. 10 in Chula Vista, Calif. Tickets go on sale to the general public April 28.

Thanks to Laura for the tip!

  • Meselyn

    I thought I read they were going to be adding more cities to the US portion of their tour later.

    Regardless, I love the new song and can’t wait for the album to come out.

    • http://twitter.com/MattChance Matthew

       I think so to.  I went to the Honda Civic Tour last year to see Matt & Kim and My Chemical Romance, and it was a much longer tour than shown there.  They could also do some non Civic-tour dates that would not be listed on that specific website.

  • http://twitter.com/walshcaitlin Caitlin Walsh

    *checks tour site*

    It appears there /several/ different dates for when tickets go on sale. All depends on your location choice.

  • Jen

    I like their new song!  I’m actually going to see Incubus at this year’s DC Chili cook off! :)  I can’t wait for LP’s new album to come out!  They always make good music.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=17127641 Laura Jurgensmeyer

    I love, love, love their new song! It’s a lot more like their older stuff than their last CD was. Can’t wait to see them in Dallas!

  • http://twitter.com/BrandiTiana Brandi Delhagen

    They better be coming back to Tampa!!

  • TheHamburglar

    Everytime this band releases more and more music, I seem to get more and more pissed. What happened to the band I loved back in 02-03ish? I realize bands change, but atleast make that change bearable.

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