|Origin||Agoura Hills, California, United States|
|Genre(s)||Nu Metal, Alternative Metal, Rap Metal|
|Years active||1999-2000 (Early)|
| Associated |
| Chester Bennington|
Hybrid Theory is an early incarnation of Linkin Park. The band renamed themselves from Xero to Hybrid Theory after Chester Bennington joined. Due to Phoenix's commitment with Tasty Snax, Kyle Christener was brought in as the band's bassist. They released only one EP while under the name, along with several demos.
2-Track Demo TapeEdit
1. With You
2. Points of Authority
This cassette is similar to the Linkin Park demo tape with the same tracks which was given out mid to late 2000.
Raw Power SamplerEdit
Contains the Hybrid Theory track By Myself and is a extremely rare promotional CD only one of which is known to be owned by a collector.
Ozzfest 2000 SamplerEdit
Contains the Hybrid Theory track Now I See.
- Hybrid Theory T-shirt
No one knows how or why, but the site of the Hybrid Theory has been archived by Wayback Machine and a live show was discovered. In the site, is writed this way:
Friday, June 9 at 8:30 - Coconut Teaser on Sunset Blvd.