Linkin Park Design New Boots for Charity


Story by Anne Erickson

Linkin Park have put their creative efforts towards designing a new boot for shoe company Sebago

Fans of Linkin Park can now get their feet some boots designed by the alternative rock band. Shoe company Sebago and the guys of Linkin Park have put together a new, limited edition shoe, called the Jungle X. The shoes are only available in black, and they run $250. Funds raised from the sales will be donated to Linkin Park’s non-profit organization, Music for Relief, which has been supplying aid and assistance to those affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Switching gears to Linkin Park’s music, the group recently dropped the news that their first four releases — “Hybrid Theory,” “Meteora,” “Minutes to Midnight” and “A Thousand Suns” — have now been re-mastered specifically for fans purchasing the tracks on iTunes. Those who purchase the newly mastered albums will also pick up some previously unreleased songs and remixes. “Reanimation,” the group’s 2002 remix album, has also been re-mastered specifically for iTunes and is currently available via the digital retailer.

As for live shows on the horizon, Linkin Park are set to play only one North American show this year: a gig at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas on Saturday, Feb. 16.



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