Mike Shinoda ‘Post Traumatic’ LP Unveiled, Plus Two New Songs

Following the release of his January 2018 EP, Post Traumatic, Linkin Park‘s Mike Shinoda has announced the title and release date for his highly anticipated solo album, with 16 tracks, alongside two brand new pre-release tracks.

The album, again titled Post Traumatic, is set to be released June 15th, with the promotional tracks ‘Crossing A Line’ and ‘Nothing Makes Sense Anymore’ also now available. Stylistically comparable to the former Post Traumatic EP, and sharing similarities with Linkin Park‘s electronically driven seventh studio release, One More Light, singles ‘Crossing A Line’ and ‘Nothing Makes Sense Anymore’ continue to showcase the strikingly honest approach found in the lyrics Shinoda penned for his earlier released EP.

‘Crossing A Line’ and ‘Nothing Makes Sense Anymore’ have also been debuted with official music videos for both, ‘Crossing A Line’ in particular featuring footage shot during the surprise March 8th fan meet-up, organized by Shinoda via social media. The announcement for the new material is also followed by a completely restructured official Mike Shinoda website, with all pre-order details for the new album available via the newly launched www.mikeshinoda.com.

See the Official ‘Crossing A Line’ Music Video here;

See the Official ‘Nothing Makes Sense Anymore’ Music Video here;

Mike Shinoda Upcoming Tour Dates

May 12th – Grand Park, Los Angeles, CA, US

Aug 18th – Summer Sonic 2018, Summer Sonic Festival, Osaka, Japan

Aug 19th – Summer Sonic 2018, Summer Sonic Festival, Tokyo, Japan

Aug 25th – Reading Festival 2018, Reading Festival, Reading, UK

Aug 26th – Leeds Festival 2018, Leeds Festival, Leeds, UK

(Want Mike Shinoda to play live near you? Demand a show on: https://www.wedemand.com/mikeshinoda)

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"If you combine horror movies, rock music and Silent Hill, I'm the result: a British writer who will likely gush over guitar solos and ambient horror game soundtracks.”
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