Linkin Park has released a statement in connection with the death of Chester Bennington
Linkin Park said that the death of vocalist Chester Bennington “has left a void that will never be filled”. This is stated on his page in Facebook.
About committed suicide, the singer of the group members say they will “miss the outrageous, funny, kind, generous voice.” Members of the group apply to the deceased comrade, saying that “those demons that took you away from us, was part of the deal. In the end, in the first place how you about they sang, made us fall in love with you.”
The members of the band Linkin Park reported that now they “don’t know which road to choose”, although their “passion for creating and performing music inextinguishable”.
“Life has become better thanks to you. Thank you for this gift. We love you and really miss you. Until we see you again,” the statement reads.
The lead singer of Linkin Park had committed suicide on July 20. The singer was found at his home in Palos Verdes, California. Near him was found a half-empty bottle of alcohol. Drug residue was found. Chester Bennington was 41 years. The members of the group created a virtual memorial in memory of the singer.