Linkin Park celebrated the 14th anniversary of their Minutes To Midnight album by sharing a new post on their official Twitter account.

Minutes To Midnight is the third studio album of the iconic rock band that released back in 2007. The 43 minutes long album features such songs as What I’ve Done, Bleed It Out, Shadow Of The Day, and many more.

Furthermore, the album debuted at number one in the US Billboard 200, which was a tremendous success. Also, the album had the biggest first-week sales of 2007 in the United States with over 600K albums sold.

To celebrate the 14th anniversary, Linkin Park wanted to give a small but precious gift to the fans and announced that they can watch the Making Of Minutes To Midnight video for free via YouTube.

Here is what Linkin Park wrote:

“This week ‘Minutes To Midnight’ turns 14 – it hit record shelves across the US on May 15th and around the world on May 14th – as of today you can watch the Making Of Minutes To Midnight DVD on our YouTube channel. Enjoy.”

You can check out the post below.