He shared so much raw beauty with those of us who needed it most. The loss of Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington to suicide on July 20, , left a deep whole in the hearts of many — not simply because he is "yet another" famous rock star in the long list of those who died too young he was just 41 years old at the time , but because his music spoke to us in such uniquely direct terms about the pain he struggled with throughout his far too brief life. Bennington, like his music, was real and raw — about life, addiction, craft, and yes, the crippling hold of depression. I don't know if it's a Gen X thing, a Xennial thing, or just an adult human trying to make it through this life thing, but as magnificent as Bennington was as an artist, the lyrics of the songs he composed have a magical quality enhanced by virtue of just how brutally real they are. I'd be willing to bet that at times more numerous than we can imagine over the past several decades, far more than one person found themselves saved in a moment of soul-crushing desperation when they played their favorite Linkin Park songs, took in the strength and security of Bennington's literal and lyrical voice, and decided to stay here and "MakeChesterProud. There are so many resources out there if you are feeling depressed. There is a world of people who love and stand behind you.
We are still dispatching all items as quickly as possible. Description Imported from UK. Fifth studio album by the American alternative rock group. Reviews Mr. Having been a fan of Linkin Park since their first album Hybrid Theory I bought this album in the hope that it would be a return to the sound that first drew me in. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed "A Thousands Suns", their fourth album, but it just wasn't them, and "Minutes to Midnight" was a mixed bag Living Things returns Linkin Park to their best sounds, with just the right amount of Mike Shinoda rap, and Chester Bennington scream, combined with some of the electronic sounds they experimented with in their last album.
Congratulations on understanding that and avoiding problems. I have missed the Church in some ways, and certainly the blessings of a temple marriage. Or do you just push through the exhaustion because you care about the person and do things to make them happy even when you don't always feel like it.