Likin Park Lead Singer Chester Bennington’s Sudden Demise Is Shocking and Heartbreaking–May He Rest in Peace

The sudden demise of the Linkin Park lead singer – Chester Bennington shocked the world. He committed suicide at his home in Palos Verdes Estates, California.

Chester Bennington, who was known for his piercing scream and free-flowing anguish, released seven albums with Linkin Park. The latest release, “One More Light,” arrived in May and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard album chart. The band was scheduled to start a tour with a concert on July 27 in Mansfield, Mass.

Chester Bennington was revealed some problems about his battle within himself. Depression, alcohol addiction and drug addiction makes him “Numb” and “Breaking the Habit”.

All his fans can’t believe this heart-breaking news. They express their extreme sadness on social media.

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Chester Bennington was a part of youth of so many people. His songs have been the moral support for his fans, encouraging people to be positive and walk out of darkness.

He left this world, quietly. This sparkling star disappears.

But what he conveyed in his lyrics will never die. It will still lighten up the spiritual world of rock lovers. Those who love his masterpieces are grown up to mothers and fathers. Thanks to him, we all have fond memories and inspiration. And we will pass your spirit to next generation. We believe that more and more people will appreciate rock and love rock.

“I try so hard, and got so far, but in the end, it doesn’t even matter.”

Chester Bennington, finally you went to a better place. We will be missing your world of rock.


My legend.

This black light is for memorializing Chester Bennington. In this dark night, all the lights are shining for him.

one more light


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