Linkin Park fans have been wondering about the band's future following the suicide of lead singer Chester Bennington on July 20. There's still no official word about that yet, but the group announced that they'll be performing a benefit concert in honor of Bennington on October 27 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. Proceeds from the show will go to Music for Relief's One More Night fund in honor of the late singer.
This concert will be the first time that Linkin Park has played in public since Bennington's death, and it's sure to be an emotional night for everyone. Whatever the future holds for the band, we wish them the best of luck on the 27th, and we're sure they'll do a beautiful job of celebrating their fallen bandmate.
Chester Bennington - missed by fans around the world. (pic via fuse.tv)
Linkin Park also released a new video for their song, "One More Light." Written about the pain of losing a loved one, it's another touching tribute to Bennington's talents.
If you or someone you know is battling severe depression, please reach out to others for support. Whether it's the Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-8255), a doctor, a mental health professional, or a friend or family member, people want to help. No one should have to fight this painful battle on their own.
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