Mike Shinoda says he’s open to the possibility of Linkin Park shows down the road in a new interview with France’s United Rock Nations, as pointed out by Blabbermouth.net. Shinoda recently released his debut solo album, Post Traumatic.
The musician’s keeping his options open for upcoming projects, including a possible Linkin Park return. In March, he told New York‘s Vulture there was “no answer” regarding LP’s fate after co-vocalist Chester Bennington unexpectedly died last year.
Now, Shinoda’s just “taking it one step at a time and keeping [his] mind open to the possibilities.” When asked if he’ll stay solo moving forward, he says he’s interested in “working with other artists or producing tracks for somebody else.”
To that end, the LP co-founder lets drop that he’s ready to go whenever the Park’s other members feel comfortable. “If the guys are at a point where they wanna play Linkin Park shows. I’m sure that any of those things are possibilities.”
Still, it seems likely we’ll see more Shinoda solo works and collabs before that occurs. “I’m just open to whatever happens,” Shinoda says. Are you ready for a Linkin Park comeback? Listen to the full Mike Shinoda interview here.