Linkin Park are selling bracelets through Music for Relief to help those impacted by Hurricane Sandy
Linkin Park are asking their fans to help to people impacted by last year’s devastating Hurricane Sandy. The boys are selling a special bracelet via their non-profit organization, Music for Relief, and the funds raised from the bracelet’s sales will be given to charities that support storm victims.
The bracelet is adjustable for easy wear, and it costs $15. The piece of jewelry totes two gold-plated rings engraved with “Music for Relief.” For more details and to purchase the bracelet, head to the Music for Relief webstore.
In other Linkin Park news, fans of the band’s major-label debut, “Hybrid Theory,” will be stoked to note that the group is set to release the album as a vinyl LP, along with a two-song 10-inch EP, on Record Store Day. The set will come with an exclusive poster and sticker and be a limited-edition release, offering 3,000 copies. The two songs that will appear on the 10-inch are “My December” and “One Step Closer,” both off “Hybrid Theory.” On a down note, the band doesn’t have plays to play any more North American shows in 2013. Perhaps this means they’ll be working on new music this year? Only time will tell.
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