Most of the rock world is waiting on baited breath to see what the future holds for Linkin Park. The group recently announced an upcoming tribute show taking place Oct. 27 in Los Angeles honoring their fallen singer Chester Bennington. Recently on Instagram, bassist Dave "Phoenix" Farrell posted a photo with the rest of the band at a rehearsal session.

"Home from the #dunhilllinks and back to 'work!' Good to be back with the guys," the caption on the photo reads. Brad Delson is center of the room on guitar, while each other member is on their respective instrument, with DJ Joe Hahn standing in the background looking on, and Mike Shinoda in the foreground. It's a great sight to see the band playing all together in the lead up to the show.

So far, those confirmed to join Linkin Park on Oct. 27 include Avenged Sevenfold's M. Shadows and Synyster GatesKorn's Jonathan DavisSystem of a Down's Daron MalakianShavo Odadjian and John Dolmayan, the members of Blink-182Bring Me the Horizon's Oli Sykes, Yellowcard's Ryan Key, Machine Gun Kelly and recent duet partner Kiiara, in what will become an incredible show.

Tomorrow, the episode of Carpool Karaoke recorded by the band prior to Chester's death is set to air. The episode was originally filmed July 14, and was delayed following the tragic passing of Chester one week after. The episode will feature comedian Ken Jeong on their ride along (who referred to himself as "Lin-Ken Park" on social media when teasing the episode).

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