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Chester guests at E3 Let It Die private event


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On June 14th, Chester joined The Hellcat Saints for an E3 private party for the action-horror game Let it Die in Los Angeles. The event was held at the Conga Room. The Hellcat Saints is a band similar to Camp Freddy that was created by Dave Kushner from Velvet Revolver. There is a "revolving door" of musicians in the band and at this show they were joined by Robin Finck (Nine Inch Nails), Blasko (Ozzy Osbourne), Joey Castillo (Queens of the Stone Age), Gilby Clarke (Guns N' Roses), Franky Perez, and Chester.

This show was actually announced beforehand with Chester appearing as a special guest, but the announcement went unnoticed in the Linkin Park community. Some photos from the performance can be seen here.

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Songs performed with Chester include:
- Down (Stone Temple Pilots)
- Them Bones (Alice In Chains) (2)
- Paradise City (Guns N' Roses)
- Hole In The Sky (Black Sabbath)

- Ace Of Spades (Motörhead) (2)

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Other songs played during the event (without Chester) include Kick Out The Jams and Highway To Hell. We will work on trying to obtain a full setlist.

 

As you can see from Chester's live guide page, this is his first guest appearance in quite some time. It was his first time on stage since the Stone Temple Pilots charity show in March.

Thanks to our friends at LinkinPark:br for the heads up!

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Slightly edited the showpage. It wasn't the first time that Chester performed "Ace Of Spades".

 

Joey Castillo was the drummer for Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts, so it is very interesting to see Chester performing a STP song with him and Dave Kushner from Velvet Revolver.

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It's funny how we're in 2016, and some of these shows still sound like they were recorded with a potato. :lol:

 

well, not everyone got a better phone/camera. cant blame them. at least we got the footage instead of nothing.

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