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How Chester Bennington's Suicide Sparked Linkin Park's Most Important Mission


How Chester Bennington's Suicide Sparked Linkin Park's Most Important Mission



"This place ideal here, this skull between my ears, that is a terrible neighborhood, and I ought not be in there alone. I can't be in there without anyone else's input. It's crazy! It's insane in here. This is an awful place for me to be without anyone else. Thus when I'm in that, as long as I can remember gets perplexed. In case I'm in there, I don't state decent things to myself. There's another Chester in there that needs to bring me down." 

After five months, Chester Bennington would unfortunately take his own life. 

The performer truly talked about his fight with sadness with 102.7 KIIS-FM, one of the last meetings he gave before taking off out and about with Linkin Park for their One More Light World Tour. The universally perceived band performed 21 dates before Bennington's body was discovered hanging in his Los Angeles home. Linkin Park quickly dropped the visit, rather setting out on a trip to keep Chester's inheritance alive by featuring the significance of emotional wellness.

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