LOOK: LINKIN PARK Sets Up Suicide Prevention Site Following Chester Bennington's Death
Karen Jane Ng
Linkin Park is making a move to save those battling with mental issues after their late frontman Chester Bennington took his own life.
The band set up a suicide prevention site with a list of contact resources in case someone needs help both inside and outside the United States.
The page is quickly filled with fans' social media messages in honor of Chester and thanked the singer for his amazing contributions that will live on forever.
Fans also recently gathered at Central Park, New York to hold a candlelight vigil for the lost musician.
Meanwhile, LP has announced the cancellation of their One More Light North American Tour scheduled this week with its label Warner Bros. Records organizing a tribute to Chester outside their office in California.
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