He will be missed…
As we reported on Thursday, Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington committed suicide after he reportedly hung himself at his private residence in the Palos Verdes Estates. He was only 41, and he leaves behind wife Talinda Ann Bentley and six children from a few different relationships.
On May 30, in what is being reported as his final interview, the musician alongside band member Mike Shinoda spoke to German music magazine and site BILD Musik where they discussed the making of their latest album One More Light.
In the clip, Bennington is visibly happy, especially when he talks about the band’s creative process. He said:
“There’s more peace and a quiet because I’ve earned that. I’ve worked for it and I have tools… We’re all really happy and stoked about what we’ve created and we’re stoked about how we’ve grown as a band and as friends… Making this record was not only great for us creatively but great for us as people too.”
R.I.P. Chester. You are truly a legend.
[Image via FayesVision/WENN.]