Linkin Park Coming to Canberra

johnboy 21 November 2010 10

These days they might sound more like the Beach Boys than the nu-metal trailblazers who brought us Hybrid Theory a decade ago.

But the Entertainment Depot brings word that Linkin Park has added a Canberra date to their “A Thousand Suns” world tour.

Linkin Park have added a one-off Canberra show to their ‘A Thousand Suns’ Tour heading to Australia this December! The band will raise the roof of AIS Arena on December 16.

Tickets on sale 9am Thursday November 25 through Ticketek, with a Ticketek pre-sale beginning midday Tuesday November 23.

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10 Responses to Linkin Park Coming to Canberra
farnarkler farnarkler 2:36 pm 28 Nov 10

Saw them in 2008 at the O2 in London. Damn good show.

Thoroughly Smashed Thoroughly Smashed 1:16 pm 22 Nov 10

I think it was Richard Kingsmill who described them as tanty rock. Much more apt than “nu-metal”.

niftydog niftydog 12:57 pm 22 Nov 10

That song owes a lot to 311.

I’m saddened that so many people are sucked in by the cliché “emotive anthem” chord progressions. Seems every second song on the radio is designed to make you feel all teary-eyed.

Pommy bastard Pommy bastard 9:15 am 22 Nov 10

What’s got 300 arms and five pubic hairs?

The front row of a Linkin Park gig.

ConanOfCooma ConanOfCooma 8:15 am 22 Nov 10

H1NG0 said :

This article makes the Beach Boys look bad. Linkin Park is the MC Hammer of rock

I think you might be giving them a little more credit than they deserve.

lumnock lumnock 5:07 pm 21 Nov 10

This image sums up their demographic best I think.

H1NG0 H1NG0 2:40 pm 21 Nov 10

This article makes the Beach Boys look bad. Linkin Park is the MC Hammer of rock

Chaz Chaz 2:32 pm 21 Nov 10

you lost me at trailblazers

gospeedygo gospeedygo 2:09 pm 21 Nov 10

Seriously? Linkin Park? Seriously? Ugh.

Eyeball In A Quart Jar Of Snot Eyeball In A Quart Jar Of Snot 1:20 pm 21 Nov 10

What Beach Boys have you been listening to?

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