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Talinda Bennington Shares Video of Chester Bennington 36 Hours Before His Death

Also, Linkin Park announces special concert and shares “One More Light” music video, both in Bennington’s honor

September 19, 2017

With the sudden death of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington shining a light on the seriousness of mental health, specifically depression, his widow, Talinda Bennington, shared a video of a moment with her late husband only 36 hours before his death. Viewers see Chester enjoying a happy moment with his son, all while unaware of the emotional and psychological torment hiding behind his smiles.

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Talinda posted on her Twitter account, "My next tweet is the most personal tweet I have ever done. I'm showing this so that you know that depression doesn't have a face or mood."

Linkin Park has also revealed just what their “special public event” will be, announcing a tribute concert to honor Bennington’s life at the Hollywood Bowl on October 27.

In addition to the announcement, they shared the Joe Hahn- and Mark Fiore-directed music video for “One More Light,” which also pays tribute to the late frontman.

Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda explained that the One More Light title track was originally written to send love to those who’ve lost someone.