Linkin Park will release the music video of 'Leave Out All the Rest' as the last from 'Minutes From Midnight' and embark on Projekt Revolution next.
Linkin Park will pull "Leave Out All the Rest" as the fifth and last single off their 2007 album "Minutes to Midnight". The rock band in fact have shot the music video in Van Nuys, California last weekend with their DJ Joseph Hahn as the director.
According to a report on MTV, the new video will show the members of Linkin Park living everyday life on a futuristic flight vessel that floats in outer space. "It was random, out of nowhere, and it fit the song perfectly," said MC Mike Shinoda. "I really like this video, because it's different from everything else he's done with us before. It's this sci-fi thing, which is fun. We've never really done that, and when I walked onto the set, I thought it looked like 'Battlestar Galactica.' "
On his personal comment regarding the concept, Hahn explained, "We're explorers in space, just like when we go on tour. We're leaving our home life behind, and I guess it kind of ties into 'Leave Out All the Rest,' in that we have to leave things behind in order to do something better."
Meanwhile, the band have opened up more details on their upcoming Projekt Revolution tour which is expected to start in June. Joining them in the U.S. dates are My Chemical Romance, Taking Back Sunday, H.I.M., The Bled among others while in the European leg, Jay-Z will be tagged in.
The follow up to "Minutes to Midnight" has also been on the motion. Frontman Chester Bennington said previously that it will come sooner than expected and Shinoda added that it may not take more than "18 months to finish".