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Linkin Park Give First Look At 'Castle Of Glass' Video To Gamers
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 Tuesday, October 09, 2012

Linkin Park have announced the release of a teaser of the music video for "Castle of Glass," a cut featured on the video game soundtrack for Medal of Honor: Warfighter.

In order for the band to release the clip, three million people must first download the multiplayer beta version of Medal of Honor Warfighter. Once that task has been achieved the band will drop the teaser. The beta download is available through the Medal of Honor official website.

The full-length video is expected to be released on October 10. The full version of the game is due in stores on October 23.

Linkin Park also recently became the first hard rock band to garner one billion hits on YouTube.

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