Linkin Park Frontman, Chester Bennington wrote an emotional letter to Chris Cornell before suicide

Updated On 21 Jul, 2017 Published On

Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington composed an open letter to Soundgarden vocalist Chris Cornell, two months before he submitted suicide correspondingly. 

Bennington was discovered dead in Los Angeles on Thursday morning, having taken his own particular life at 41 years old. 

The American vocalist was a dear companion of Cornell, who himself conferred suicide by hanging in May. 

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"I can't imagine the world without you in it," Bennington wrote.

"I pray you find peace in the next life."

Bennington composed an open letter to Cornell upon the arrival of the Soundgarden frontman's suicide. 

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He later performed Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah at the burial service. 

Thursday would have been Cornell's 53rd birthday. 

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Cornell's better half, Vicky, tweeted out a message following the news of Bennington's demise, saying: "Just when I thought my heart couldn't break anymore ... I love you, T. 

Bennington was twice hitched, with six kids. 

The vocalist battled with medications and liquor for quite a long time. He had said in the past he had considered submitting suicide since he had been manhandled as a tyke by a more seasoned male. 

The band, framed in 1996, has had a series of hits throughout the years, including Faint, In the End, and Numb

On Saturday he was shot radiating with the band in the studio, retweeting a remark: "Can hardly wait to see where this goes.

On August 4 they were because of giving a free show in New York's Central Park.