Wednesday, January 11, 2006


The peace that came from Linkin Park being locked in a battle with their label is broken today - sadly, the band and Warner Music have buried the hatchet and it's a joint statement, agreed by all sides:

"We would like to thank Linkin Park fans worldwide for their continued support.

"Despite the initial concerns after last year's change in ownership, the band is pleased with the direction of the company and in Warner Bros Records' ability to effectively market their music worldwide."

We love the idea of Linkin Park sitting down to watch some sort of powerpoint presentation from Warners, before going into a huddle and deciding they liked the sound of the plans. Of course, it's more likely that their lawyers said "you're stuck with this contract, let's just work through it as fast as possible".