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The Music World Pays Tribute To Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington

Andy Biddulph
Andy Biddulph 20 July 2017 at 21.37

The music world is paying tribute to Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington, who has been found dead at 41.

My Chemical Romance


Oli Sykes, Bring Me The Horizon


Ben Bruce, Asking Alexandria


Aaron Pauley, Of Mice & Men


Sam Carter, Architects


Ryan Key, Yellowcard

 

In 2007, Yellowcard got a call asking if we were interested in touring Japan with @linkinpark. Our minds were blown to say the least. We were given the honor of sharing the stage with one of the most influential bands of our generation. In 2014, I got an email asking if I would like to be a part of a special @vanswarpedtour appearance with them. It was like an out of body experience. I remember just before the set @chesterbe could tell I was pretty nervous. He just threw his arm around me and said he knew I was going to kill it. Each of the few times I got to hang with him, he was such a positive and encouraging force. He always had a smile on his face. I know he struggled with a darkness inside of him, but I also know those smiles were real. He loved rock and roll. He loved his band. The space he has left behind in music will never be filled. Chester, I hope you can find some peace now, man. My thoughts are with your family. I'll be banging my head to your music for as long as my head will bang. Thank you for allowing me to step into your life, if even for a brief moment. I'll never forget it. #ripchester

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Hayley Williams, Paramore


Patty Walters, As It Is


Neck Deep


Ben Barlow, Neck Deep


Stormzy


Andy Biersack, Black Veil Brides


Elijah Witt, Cane Hill


Andy Westhead, As It Is


Dani Winter-Bates, Bury Tomorrow


Fronz, Attila


Corey Taylor, Slipknot


Telle Smith, The Word Alive


Mike Ferri, We Are The In Crowd / SAINTE


Cody Carson, Set It Off


Alex Gaskarth, All Time Low


Jake Pitts, Black Veil Brides


Neil Westfall, A Day To Remember


Max Helyer, You Me At Six


Rest In Peace.

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