Linkin Park mark anniversary of Chester Bennington's death
The Numb rockers wrote a touching tribute to their late bandmate Chester on Instagram on Friday to mark a year since the singer tragically took his own life at the age of 41.
LONDON - Linkin Park have paid tribute to Chester Bennington on the first anniversary of his passing, with an emotional post on Instagram.
The Numb rockers - comprised of Mike Shinoda, Joe Hahn, Dave Farrell, Rob Bourdon, and Brad Delson - wrote a touching tribute to their late bandmate Chester on Instagram on Friday, to mark a year since the singer tragically took his own life at the age of 41.
The messages comes after Bennington's widow Talinda Bennington launched a new mental health campaign on what would have been his 42nd birthday in May this year.
She wrote: "Thank you for your time and attention to this request. To honour Chester's birthday, I have decided that 320 Changes Direction will do a call to action via social media. I'm asking you to promise to learn the Five Signs of Emotional Suffering and the Healthy Habits of Emotional Well-being."
The Campaign to Change Direction refers to the healthy habits of emotional wellbeing (take care, check-in, engage, relax and know), the latter of which refers to the signs that someone could need help - personality change, agitated, withdrawal, poor self-care and hopelessness.