Linkin Park is a rock band formed in Agoura Hills, California in 1996. The band is known for its energetic and powerful sound, which combines elements of rock, metal, and rap, and for its emotionally charged and introspective lyrics. Linkin Park has released seven studio albums throughout its career, including "Hybrid Theory," "Meteora," and "One More Light," which have been widely acclaimed by critics and have sold millions of copies around the world. The band has also won a number of awards, including two Grammy Awards.
Linkin Park is known for its energetic and intense live performances, and has toured extensively throughout its career, performing at arenas and festivals around the world. The band has a dedicated and loyal fan base and is known for its strong connection with its fans, often interacting with them through social media and other platforms. Linkin Park has undergone a number of lineup changes over the years, and its current lineup includes Chester Bennington (vocals), Mike Shinoda (vocals, guitar), Brad Delson (guitar), Dave Farrell (bass), Joe Hahn (turntables, programming), and Rob Bourdon (drums).