Chester Bennington’s Life To Be Celebrated with Photo Exhibit Next Month

Late Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington would have celebrated his 43rd birthday on March 20th. On that day his life will be honored with a special photo exhibit on March 20. Celebrating The Life Of Chester Bennington: A Photo Exhibit By Jim Louvau takes place at The Black Sheep Gallery in Burbank, CA featuring never-before-seen photos captured by Chester’s close friend and artist Jim Louvau. The event will take place from 7:00 – 10:00 PM following a private VIP reception for family and friends from 5:00 – 7:00 PM. A limited amount of tickets for the event are on sale now for $25, with a portion of proceeds being donated to his widow, Talinda Bennington’s charity for suicide prevention, 320 Changes Direction. Tickets are available for purchase below. Continue reading

Listen To Chester Bennington Feature On Mark Morton’s New Song – “Cross Off”

Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton is marching toward the release of his debut solo album, packed with guests. Today a brand new song from the album featuring late Linkin Park vocalist Chester Bennington debuted, “Cross Off”, on Zane Lowe’s World Record on Beats 1 radion on Apple Music, and now available everywhere. Anesthetic releases March 1, 2019 via WPP Records and Spinefarm Records. Continue reading

Lamb Of God’s Mark Morton Streams New Single, New Album Due In March

Acclaimed guitarist for Lamb Of God, Mark Morton will release his debut solo album on March 1st, 2019th. Anesthetic will be a collaborative album bringing stars from across rock and metal such as his bandmate D. Randall Blythe, Alissa white-Gluz, Chuck Billy, Jacoby Shaddix, Myles Kennedy, Mark Lanegan, Jake Oni, and the late Chester Bennington among others. The project will release on Morton’s new label Wpp Records/Spinefarm Records. Blast the dope new single right now, ‘The Truth Is Dead’, feat. Randy Blythe + Alissa White-Gluz. Continue reading

Chester Bennington Of Linkin Park Died One Year Ago Today

The music world was rocked last summer when Chester Charles Bennington, lead singer of Linkin Park committed suicide at age 41. For a generation of music fans, Chester was their voice and represented them. In the wake of his passing remaining members of the band put on a live tribute concert to him raising money for suicide awareness, and supported the One More Light Foundation. Formed by his second wife, Talinda who has become a mental health advocate and activist. Countless musical tributes were shared by peers and fans in the last year. Today as we mark this somber anniversary, Chester’s bandmates in Linkin Park have issued a statement about the occasion. Continue reading

Watch The Veer Union’s Unplugged Cover Of Numb By Linkin Park

With the one year anniversary of Chester Bennington’s tragic death approaching on July 20th, bands are starting to pay tribute. Watch The Veer Union play Linkin Park’s ‘Numb’ as an acoustic cover from their upcoming Decade 2: Rock and Acoustic album. Continue reading

Mike Shinoda – Live At The Gramercy Theater

As I got out of my car and began my walk to The Gramercy Theater, I noticed the wave of fans, most of them wearing Linkin Park shirts, all giving out a surge of excitable energy that would get anyone hyped up. Once inside we got the opportunity to meet Mike Shinoda and it was one of the most amazing experiences in my life. He treated everyone like a long-lost friend, smiling, joking, hugging and just being there. Continue reading

Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda To Release Solo Album This June

Mike Shinoda, the co-founder and multi-instrumentalist from Linkin Park will release his début solo album this June 15th from his label, Warner Brothers. Dubbed Post-Traumatic, Shinoda wrote the album as a way fo coping with late LP frontman Chester Bennington’s death last summer. Shinoda dropped an EP of the same recently and shared two new singles and a new video today as well. Jam out to ‘Crossing a Line’ and ‘Nothing Makes Sense Anymore’ and watch the video for Crossing a Line too. Continue reading

Linkin Park Shares “Crawling” Performance Clip From ‘One More Light Live’

Five months after the passing of singer Chester Bennington, Linkin Park will release a new live album, entitled One More Light Live. Continue reading