Linkin Park’s fourth album A Thousand Suns turns 10 years old this week and to celebrate, the band shared a “making of” video. Titled Meeting Of A Thousand Suns, the nearly-30-minute-long documentary follows the band as it tries to navigate the innovative, emotional nature of the album. Linkin Park announced the news in a celebratory Instagram post.

“10 years ago today we released our fourth studio album, A Thousand Suns,” they wrote. “We documented the adventurous recording process and have added the ‘making of’ to our YouTube channel for the first time. Watch ‘Meeting of A Thousand Suns’ now. Happy Birthday ATS.”

Watch Meeting Of A Thousand Suns below.

In addition to this milestone, Linkin Park is also gearing up to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its iconic debut album, Hybrid Theory. The band is releasing a $200 deluxe edition of the album that includes a number of rare and previously unreleased songs. Last month, they shared a previously unreleased demo called “She Couldn’t” that Mike Shinoda revealed is one of the earliest demos they recorded when Chester Bennington joined the band.

Article: Katrina Nattress

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