Linkin Park Releases ‘In The End’ Merchandise Collection!

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Rounding out the year with yet another wave of merchandise, Linkin Park has released a new capsule collection. The collection features seven merchandise items, all inspired by one of their most famous songs, “In The End,” originally released in 2000 as the second single for their debut album, Hybrid Theory.

This is the third capsule collection the band has released in celebration of the twentieth anniversary of Hybrid Theory. Each capsule collection features a small line of merchandise inspired by a song from the album. The first two collections have been designed around the songs “One Step Closer” and “Crawling,” which were the first and third singles released in anticipation of Hybrid Theory. In addition to these capsule collections, Linkin Park also has other merchandise lines on sale, such as the Hybrid Theory 20th Anniversary collection, the Holiday 2020 collection, various merchandise based on each of their albums, and the Linkin Park Underground (LPU) exclusive merchandise store.

Take a look below at the items from the “In The End” Capsule Collection, on sale now at Linkin Park’s official merchandise store!

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Katherine joined the Nerds and Beyond team as a writer in 2020. Her superpowers include balancing being a part time tutor, and preparing to be a first year teacher. Her lifelong obsessions include World War ll, hard rock, creative writing, solving complex math problems, and kittens. But her biggest loves are Linkin Park, Evanescence, Sleeping At Last, Supernatural, Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit, Stargate, and more. When she isn’t binge watching/listening to her favorites (for the nth time), she can be found traveling the country—mostly to different concerts and conventions.
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