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Members of Linkin Park spotted in studio together

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Members of Linkin Park have been spotted in the studio together. Singer Mike Shinoda and guitarist Brad Delson were recently tagged in a studio Instagram post, while bassist Dave "Phoenix" Farrell also shared an in-studio photo that may have been from the same location. Linkin Park has not officially announced whether the group intends to continuing recording and touring together, following last July's suicide of frontman Chester Bennington.

Brad is in the studio with Mike today! #mikeshinoda #braddelson

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The band staged an emotional all-star tribute concert for the fallen singer last October, and released a concert album in December, titled One More Light Live, which was recorded on their last tour with Bennington.

Shinoda released three new solo tracks as a digital EP in late January. Titled Post Traumatic, the set directly addressed Bennington's death and Shinoda's own anxiety over what would come next.

In the first indication that the band did indeed plan to carry on, Shinoda wrote on Twitter after the EP's release, "I have every intention on continuing with LP, and the guys feel the same. We have a lot of rebuilding to do, and questions to answer, so it'll take time."

Story source: Loudwire

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