I’m still quite shocked that Linkin Park’s front man Chester Bennington is no longer with us. His voice, and lyrics really got me into music fully, and pretty much molded my music listening preferences as it is today. I still get a bit emotional when I hear their songs now.
I came across 2 tributes to Chester by Coldplays Chris Martin and 30 Seconds to Mars’ Jared Leto. Very hear felt to say the least.
It’s been over 24 hours upon hearing the death of Chester Bennington, the lead singer to my favorite band, Linkin Park. I am at a loss for words for this, and to be honest, it did hit me harder than I thought it would. I have been listening to Linkin Park and Dead by Sunrise (his side project from a few years ago) since yesterday, and to think that incredibly unique voice wont be belting out harmonies deeply saddens me.
Our deepest condolences to Chester’s family, and his close friends. We hope you have found your peace.
For now please enjoy some of our favorite Linkin Park, Dead by Sunrise, and for the most part Chester’s body of work.
I am putting this song up as an earworm for one reason and one reason alone. It’s called “Bacon”. Other than that, I really don’t care much for this song, but maybe you will. Enjoy!
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