Linkin Park have parted ways with longtime management group The Collective, and will move management duties closer to home.
Mike Shinoda said this about the move:
“We’ve decided to bring our management duties inhouse, to directly hire talent to support the innovative ideas the band plans to pursue in the coming years.”
This comes soon after their self-produced album, The Hunting Party, which came out in June and debuted at #3 on the Billboard charts.
With this move, The Collective will be shutting down its music-management division, affecting their current roster which includes Slash, Godsmack, and Staind.