Big things are happening for Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park with the announcement of a new solo album and several show dates. 

Read more: Mike Shinoda announces solo album, debuts two new songs—listen

Shinoda announced a full-length solo album, Post Traumatic, along with two new tracks: “Crossing A Line” and “Nothing Makes Sense Anymore.”  The 16-track album will include the two tracks, alongside the three tracks from the Post Traumatic EP released earlier this year. 

Post Traumatic is due out June 15, and you can catch Shinoda at a handful of solo shows this summer, including the Identity LA in Los Angeles, Reading and Leeds Festival and the Summer Sonic Festival in Japan.

We're pumped for Shinoda, but fans are wondering what this means for Linkin Park. 

During interview with SPIN, Shinoda told them Linkin Park's future is truly unpredictable.

“I’m unable to say what will happen with the band. There’s really just no answer, and it’s funny because if I even say anything about the band’s future, that becomes the headline, which is stupid because the answer is there is no answer. Fans think they want to know what the future is: Believe me, I want to know what the answer is. But there just isn’t one.”

We hope to get some answers soon, but in the meantime, we definitely don't mind rocking out to some of Shinoda's singles.

Enjoy one of Shinoda's new single “Crossing A Line” music video below: