Chester Bennington, the lead singer of Linkin Park since 1999, was found dead on Thursday at his southern California home in an apparent suicide. "Our thoughts go out to all those affected", tour promoter Live Nation said in a statement.
Tributes have continued to pour in for Bennington from the music industry, with Bennington's former bandmates at the Stone Temple Pilots (he anchored the band from 2013 to 2015) issuing a statement on their official site, entitled "Chester".
As a result of the shocking tragedy, the members were too devastated to even think about the tour's future, and so, it seemed like the best solution was to cancel it.
Bennington was the face of US band Linkin Park, which was formed in 1996.
He had struggled with drug and alcohol abuse throughout his life, and a half-empty bottle of alcohol reportedly was found in the room.
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Another clip that recently started doing the rounds is one of Bennington and close friend Chris Cornell singing Linkin Park's 'Crawling' together during a concert in 2008. Bennington, a father of six, had been incredibly close to Cornell, and served as godfather to his 11-year-old son, Chris. Authorities say they are investigating his death as a possible suicide.
The band has had a string of hits over the years, including "Faint", "In the End" and "Crawling". Furthermore, Chester killed himself on the day when Chris would have turned 53.
Still, there are a number of people out there who feel as if there is more to the story and that the suicides are ways of covering up their murders.
Fans at the stadium also captured video of Dodgers pitcher Brandon McCarthy warming up before the game to music from Linkin Park.
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