Watch Chester Bennington Lead Fans in Stripped-Down "Crawling" in Bittersweet Live Video | Revolver

Watch Chester Bennington Lead Fans in Stripped-Down "Crawling" in Bittersweet Live Video

Haunting performance clip arrives ahead of Linkin Park's upcoming concert album 'One More Light Live'

Next Friday, December 15th, Linkin Park will release One More Light Live, a live album compiled during the band's final tour with frontman Chester Bennington prior to his passing on July 20th. Ahead of the upcoming release, the band has shared professionally-shot footage of a moving, stripped-down rendition of "Crawling," one of 16 performances featured on the record.

In a stark departure from the abrasive original, Bennington and his bandmates swap their familiar piercing screams and buzz-saw guitars for plaintive murmurs and bare piano melodies. To make the run-through even more intense, Bennington sings his heart out just inches away from the adoring crowd, who join in for a moving sing-along.

The preview of One More Light Live follows Linkin Park's star-studded Bennington tribute concert of the same name, held on October 27th at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. The event marked the remaining band members' first performance since the singer's death, as well as tributes from members of Bring Me the Horizon, Korn, Avenged Sevenfold, System of a Down and more.

Watch the One More Light concert is its entirety below, and check out the band's behind-the-scenes recap of the one-time-only event. Head here for Revolver's run-down of the evening's top five metal moments.

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