Shortly after Linkin Park released its touching memorial statement for singer Chester Bennington, the group's Mike Shinoda added to the emotion by posting online the first band photo with Bennington in the lineup.
Despite outspoken ambivalence about the new One More Light, Linkin Park fans did rally behind the band enough to make the album the group's sixth No. 1 debut on the Billboard 200 after its release in mid-May.
With a new album comes a new tour, and Linkin Park has finally unveiled the North American leg of their world tour in support of their seventh studio album One More Light. Kicking off July 27 in Boston, the tour will see stops in Philadelphia, Detroit, Toronto, Chicago, Charlotte, Tampa, Las Vegas before wrapping up…
Chester Bennington turns 41 today (March 20th,) and if there's one thing that sets the Linkin Park frontman apart from other lead singers, it's his powerful scream. In honor of his birthday, we're looking at Bennington and other awesome screams in rock. Enjoy!
For those taken aback by the pop sounds of Linkin Park’s latest single “Heavy,” it sounds like the track is indicative of what to expect on the band’s upcoming studio release, especially with the release of the lyric video for new track “Battle Symphony.”
Stone Temple Pilots have been looking for a new singer since last year after Chester Bennington exited the group. The split was amicable and civil, but we didn’t really know why Bennington left until now.
Today (February 11) is Mike Shinoda’s birthday, and without a doubt, Linkin Park is one of rock’s most prolific when it comes to charity work. In honor of his birthday, we look at Linkin Park and other notable charity efforts in the rock world.