When Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington sings lines like “a scene I kept locked away/ No one can ever see the wounds so deep that they never show”, obviously about the time he was sexually molested as a kid, does he still get upset? “They affect me a lot,” he told Christie Eliezer of Australia’s Beat magazine. “You want the original emotion that inspired the song to come across. I had wondered how we’d do ‘Breaking The Habit’ onstage because each time I did that song, I’d get very emotional. I can’t break down and cry onstage, it’s not going to work. Eventually I had to take control of those emotions.”
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