The hard rock band are ready to get on the road again after giving frontman Chester Bennington a time to recuperate from viral infection.
Linkin Park are preparing to return to the road after frontman Chester Bennington was hospitalized with a viral infection last week - and they're taking the Prodigy with them. The rockers pulled the plug on two shows in Texas to allow Bennington time to recover. The concerts in Dallas and Houston have been rescheduled.
A statement from Bennington reads, "I'd like to thank our fans for all the kind wishes I've received. I'm looking forward to being back on stage, which is a lot more fun than being in a hospital."
Linkin Park will pick up their tour on Saturday, February 19 night. Joining them for six dates is Britain's the Prodigy.