Even after the Jay Z team-up Collision Course and that one Fort Minor album, it’s surprising to hear rap-metal superstars Linkin Park team up with actual rappers. But that’s what happens on their new single “Good Goodbye,” which features verses from Pusha T and Stormzy, as well as actual Linkin Park rapper Mike Shinoda. Today, the band unveils a new “Good Goodbye” video from director Isaac Rentz, and hoo boy is it ridiculous. The clip stars Pusha and Stormzy, and it also has all-time NBA great Kareem Abdul-Jabaar as some sort of futuristic dystopian basketball judge. Kareem keeps putting LP frontman Chester Bennington into video-game dunk contests against skeletons and wraiths and then using his wizard powers to kill whoever loses. Bennington dunks via Hong Kong-movie wire-fu jumps. It’s so goofy. Watch it below.