Linkin Park honours Chester Bennington with tribute concert

Linkin Park honours Chester Bennington with tribute concert

The concert was called Linkin Park Celebrates Life in Honour of Chester Bennington and was led by band mate Mike Shinoda.

The event is also being livestreamed on YouTube for fans around the world.

During the show Linkin Park debuted a new song "Looking For An Answer". The foursome performed a bass-heavy, energetic rendition of Linkin Park's "Castle of Glass", which served as a theme song for the 2012 video game, Medal of Honor: Warfighter.

It's three and a half minutes of Shinoda, by himself, behind the piano, and it'll give you goosebumps.

The singer died by suicide on July 20th at his home in Palos Verdes Estates, California.

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"I don't have the words", Shinoda can be heard saying as he greets the sold-out audience of Linkin Park fans at the beginning of the show.

Bennington also helped launch Tempe's Club Tattoo.

"If we do continue, I want to build on this".

He's put in several appearances on The Gavin McInnes Show discussing everything from guns to cultural identity. Blink-182 turned out with its song "I Miss You" and then joined Linkin Park for "What I've Done". "It is my mission to make it easier for people to have access to mental health resources". She said she planned to do just that, she said, via a new foundation she'd be setting up in Bennington's memory.

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