Members of rock band Linkin Park (from L-R) Mike Shinoda, Rob Bourdon, Joe Hahn, Brad Delson, Dave Farrell and Chester Bennington pose before being inducted into Guitar Center's RockWalk in Los Angeles, California June 18, 2014. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

American rock band Linkin Park is apparently ready to get back into showbiz after nearly two years.

Linkin Park frontman, Chester Bennington, recently took to Instagram to post a picture straight from the band's recording studio, hinting the band’s upcoming venture.

“Back to work this week @chesterbe,” reads the caption of the picture. In addition to this, the band also posted an official message on their homepage.

“We’re just getting started in the studio on a new album,” reads the message on the band’s homepage.

“The Hunting Party” was the last album from the band; it was released in 2014. It was in October 2015 when Mike Shinoda from the band opened up about Linkin Park’s debut album, “Hybrid Theory,” during an interview with Radio 1 Rock Show. The band celebrated the 15th anniversary of the album at the time.

The band became massively popular as their debut album reached number four in the charts in the United Kingdom. The album has since then sold more than 1,500,000 copies in the UK and 10,222,000 copies in the US, NME revealed.

The band’s latest activities show that the all-boys group is set to take over the music industry once again in an attempt to repeat history. A creative business executive was brought on board by the band to help expand their group into a business.

The recent post by Bennington has enticed enthusiasm in Linkin Park’s fan club, and the post has received over 67,000 likes and nearly 770 comments within a day.

Prior to the latest development, the band had released six albums:

“Hybrid Theory” (2000)

“Meteora” (2003)

“Minutes to Midnight” (2007)

“A Thousand Suns” (2010)

“Living Things” (2012)

“The Hunting Party” (2014)