"Linkin Park" musician Mike Shinoda released a list of dates of memorials taking place across the globe in honor of frontman Chester Bennington yesterday. 40-year-old Shinoda posted on his Instagram feed, linking fans and followers to a list of public memorials that are taking place worldwide for the star.

Beginning his post, Shinoda said that the last week "feels like forever" before going on to give fans an update regarding the memorial events, "Linkin Park's" newly launched suicide prevention website, and donating funds in memory of Bennington.

He provided a link for fans to a Google Doc page detailing where and when the memorials are taking place.

The document allows fans to select their location and view upcoming dates and times. Memorials have been organized by fans around the globe and are taking place in North, South and Central America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

Band still recovering from Chester's death

"Linkin Park" released a statement Monday, 24 July, on their Facebook page expressing their pain and grief at the loss of their frontman. The group said that they were in a place of "denial" and struggling to come to terms with the singer's death. Speaking about his struggle with mental health, the band said that although this struggle is partly responsible for what took Chester away from them, it is also what created and powered such emotionally-charged music.

They added that the singer's death has left a space in their lives that will remain unfilled and that they don't know what the future holds for them and their careers.

Bennington's wife, Talinda Ann Bentley, released a statement yesterday expressing her sorrow and struggles over her husband's death.

Speaking to US Weekly, the 41-year-old said that she doesn't know how to move forward and that her life has been torn apart. She said that she is now focusing on raising the couple's three children, Lily, Lila and Tyler Lee, and she thanked fans for their outpouring of love and support since Bennington's death.

Chester now in a better place

Talinda added in her statement that her husband is no longer in pain and that he can rest peacefully now. Bennington spoke candidly about his struggle with mental illness and addiction throughout his career and was a shining light of example to many fans. In what is thought to be his final interview with, the 41-year-old admitted to music journalist Will Lavin that he got to a place in his life where he could either give up or battle on. He said he chose to continue on for his family and the people in his life.

Extracts of the interview which reportedly took place in May have been published The Mirror. Bennington was found dead in his home in Palos Verdes, Los Angeles, on July 20th.

The state coroner ruled the singer's death as suicide by hanging.

Although Bennington's struggle with mental illness ended in tragedy, he continues to be a beacon of light for many people around the world struggling with similar problems.

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