Linkin Park have led online tributes to their late singer Chester Bennington.
The frontman took his own life in 2017, and fans have been marking the two-year anniversary of his early death.
The five remaining members of Linkin Park – Mike Shinoda, Joe Hahn, Dave Farrell, Rob Bourdon, and Brad Delson – have said they are remembering the singer today.
Devotees of the band have also shared their sadness at his loss.
— 𝗝𝗼𝘀𝗵 (@JoshCorby) July 20, 2019
Linkin Park posted on Twitter “Remembering Chester today. Feel free to share your favorite photo or video of Chester / LP below.”
Fans in their thousands responded, and posted a stream of pictures featuring the former frontman below the post.
— Reagan 💙 (@reshn22x) July 20, 2019
Others posted their own messages of remembrance on Twitter on the two-year anniversary of his death.
One wrote: “Somehow it’s been two years. Two years without the greatest voice, the kindest soul.
“I still forget, just for a moment, when a song plays… it just doesn’t feel real, even now. I’m honoured to be naming my baby after him.”
Another added: “Can’t believe it’s already been two years since Chester died. Still such a shock! Your music continues to save people every day!”
— Charles (@CharlesSaintss) July 20, 2019
One other fan among thousands making Bennington’s name trend online said: “Still hits me like a brick wall.
“Always thought when I had kids in the far future that Chester would still be screaming his lungs out at 50.”
— Emily 💞🚚🚛 (@EmziiBoo_) July 19, 2019
Bennington, 41, was found dead at his Los Angeles home on July 20 2017. A coroner later ruled he had taken his own life.
The Grammy Award-winning musician had battled with depression and substance abuse for years before his death.