Prior to Chester's first death anniversary, Mike Shinoda talks about Linkin Park's future

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Linkin Park co-founder Mike Shinoda has said he's open to the possibility of future Linkin Park shows down the road. 

Just this March past, following his co-vocalist Chester Bennington tragic death last death. Shinoda told Vulture he had no answer in regards to Linkin Park's fate, 

However, he's now told French media United Rock Nations that he's: "Taking it one step at a time and keeping [his] mind open to the possibilities.”

When probed if he’ll stay solo moving forward, he's said he’s interested in “working with other artists or producing tracks for somebody else.”

It seems like it's a matter of when/if the other members of LP are ready to reform. 

Shinoda adds: “If the guys are at a point where they wanna play Linkin Park shows. I’m sure that any of those things are possibilities.”

“I’m just open to whatever happens,”

Chester Bennington's first death anniversary takes place tomorrow. 

Are you ready for a Linkin Park return?