Linkin Park Get 'Back To Work' After Chester Bennington's Death

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Mike Shinoda and Chester Bennington of Linkin Park perform on stage at O2 Arena on Nov. 23, 2014 in London.

After the untimely death of front man Chester Bennington earlier this year, Linkin Park have shared a photo of their first rehearsal back together. Four months after Bennington took his own life, the band is preparing to honor him with a tribute concert later this month featuring Blink 182, Bring Me The Horizon, and many other bands.

Two weeks before that sure-to-be-emotional event, LP bassist Dave ‘Phoenix’ Farrell shared a photo on Instagram of the band rehearsing, with the caption, “Home from the #dunhilllinks and back to “work!” Good to be back with the guys.”

 

Home from the #dunhilllinks and back to “work!” Good to be back with the guys ------------

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Recently, Linkin Park rapper/guitarist Mike Shinoda paid tribute to the late singer in an interview with KROQ. “He was such a happy guy, he was such a fun guy,” said Shinoda before he discussed the goal of the tribute concert. "When he’d walk in the room, there was such a positive, funny, upbeat energy, and that’s what we wanna get out of this show… I know it’s gonna be a roller coaster of emotion. But when we talk about this and we’re focusing on the show, it’s really about, like we say, celebrating life.”  

The sold-out tribute concert will take place on Oct. 27 at Hollywood Bowl in California.