Linkin Park Asks Fans to Help Celebrate 20 Years of 'Hybrid Theory'

The band wants to see your memorabilia

March 9, 2020

Linkin Park helped get the new millennium off to a loud start with Hybrid Theory, and now it’s time to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their debut album.

The band says it’s planning to do some special things to commemorate the LP that started it all, and fans are encouraged to get involved by sharing their treasured Linkin Park memorabilia.

“We’re looking for photos, videos, ticket stubs, merch, flyers, souvenirs and anything else you collected from the early days of the band in the late '90s through the Hybrid Theory era of 2000-2002,” the band announced. "Some great examples include (but are not limited to) live concert footage and photos, pictures of band members and signed goodies from LPU meet and greets.”

Items can be submitted through a special website set up by Linkin Park. You can get more details in the social media post below.

The future of Linkin Park remains uncertain more than two years after the death of Chester Bennington. They have not recorded or toured as a band and remain on indefinite hiatus.

Bennington’s first band, Grey Daze, has been making some noise by finishing an album with Chester’s vocals. Two songs, “Sickness” and “What’s in the Eye,” have been released with the full album, Amends, set to be released next month.

“We kept the integrity and the intention of all of the vocals intact from its original inception,” drummer Sean Dowdell told RADIO.COM. “We actually rewrote all of the music to every single song from the ground up.”

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