The music world is mourning the tragic loss of Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington, who died at the age of 41 yesterday. Bands and fans alike have been paying tribute to the musician, and a video has resurfaced of Bennington’s vocals isolated from the band’s hit “Numb.”

Give his powerful vocal performance a listen below.

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The song is taken from Linkin Park's 2003 album Meteora and has been one of the band’s biggest songs to date.

Listen to Bennington’s “Numb” vocal performance below:

Bennington’s death was confirmed yesterday, and bands have shared their messages of love for the musician who has had such an influence on the music world.

Bennington has been in Linkin Park since 1999 and was part of the band’s massively successful Hybrid Theory, released in 2000. He has been a part of the band’s seven albums: 2003’s Meteora, 2007’s Minutes To Midnight, 2010’s A Thousand Suns, 2012’s Living Things, 2014’s The Hunting Party and their most recent released, 2017’s One More Light.

Our thoughts are with Bennington’s family and friends during this time.