Following Chester Bennington’s death, Linkin Park albums make it back to US top 10 charts
After the death of front man and vocalist, Chester Bennington, two albums by Linkin Park re-entered the top 10 on the US sales chart on Tuesday.
“One More Light,” the California rockers’ final album, which hit number one when it came out back in May, jumped back to number four on the Billboard chart for the week while “Hybrid Theory” Linkin Park’s debut album, which was the top-selling US album of 2001 returned at number eight on the latest weekly chart.
41-year-old, Bennington who commited suicide a few weeks ago had long struggled with drug and alcohol abuse and the trauma of child abuse. Family and friends buried Bennington privately on Saturday in Los Angeles.