Linkin Park singer's wife opens about husband's death

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Linkin Park fans were shocked by the sad news of singer Chester Bennington's death by suicide last week, prompting an outpouring of grief and support from across the music community.

The mom of three added in her statement that their children had lost their "hero". "We had a fable life and now it has transformed into some wiped out Shakespearean disaster", Talinda composed. How would I get my smashed soul? "The only answer I know is to raise our babies with every ounce of love I have left", she continues.

"I want to thank all the fans around the world for their love". We feel your misfortune also. I know that you will help us to bring life to his memory. Chester would've needed us to do as such. "Rest In Peace, my love", she concluded. Talinda, who was married to Chester for 12 years, vowed that she would try to pick up the pieces for the sake of their children. He and his previous sweetheart Elka Brand had their first youngster, Jaime, in 1996; at that point, he and his first spouse Samantha Marie Olit had a child, Draven Sebastian, in 2002. He also appeared to be deeply impacted by the loss of Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell, who died in May and was good friends with Bennington.

In addition to Talinda Ann Bentley's poignant statement about her husband's death, Chester Bennington's Linkin Park bandmates posted a tribute to him on Instagram.

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Linkin Park star Chester Bennginton was tragically found dead on Thursday 20 June aged 41. If since the announcement of his death, the old model of 40 years was not expressed on the subject, it has since been a part of his sentence, as indicated by People.

"End" is followed in the best 10 by "Numb" (No. 6) and most recent collection One More Light lead single "Overwhelming", highlighting Kiiara (No. 8).

The tragedy forced Linkin Park to cancel their One More Light North American Tour that was scheduled to last until October 22. Bennington was the singer in Linkin Park, the group that helped normalize rap-rock to tens of millions of fans. "We love you, and miss you so much".