Stream Linkin Park's New Album 'One More Light'; Band Dedicates Kimmel Performance to Chris Cornell

(L to R) Chester Bennington of Linkin Park, Pusha T, Stormzy & Mike Shinoda
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(L to R) Chester Bennington of Linkin Park, Pusha T, Stormzy & Mike Shinoda

Linkin Park is back with its seventh studio album, One More Light. The follow-up to 2014’s The Hunting Party features collaborations with Pusha T and Kiiara, resulting in the album’s first two singles. “Heavy,” which features the latter artist, was actually much better than you’d expect. And “Good Goodbye” brought us a new verse from Virginia’s finest, which is always welcomed.

If any of these efforts offend you and you’re longing for the days of Hybrid Theory, Chester Bennington would tell you to “move the f--k on.” Who could blame him? That album is older than the majority of kids currently in high school.

The band performed album tracks "One More Light" and "Heavy" on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Thursday night (May 18). Bennington paid tribute to late Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell by dedicating "One More Light" in his honor.

Earlier in the day, Bennington wrote an impassioned note in honor of hero Cornell, who died early Thursday morning of what Detroit officials deemed a suicide.

This article originally appeared in Spin.


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