The tune, whose vocals from Bennington have been recorded three months earlier than his loss of life, debuts at No. 29.
Per week after "Cross Off," Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton's new solo observe with vocals from the late Chester Bennington, made its Billboard chart debut on the Hard Rock Digital Song Sales record dated Jan. 19, the tune blasts onto three extra rankings, together with the Mainstream Rock Songs airplay chart dated Jan. 26.
Morton makes his first look on Mainstream Rock Songs aside from Lamb of God, because the tune debuts at No. 29. Morton makes his third go to to the record total, with Lamb of God proudly owning two entries, most lately "The Duke" (No. 40, Jan. 28, 2017).
"Cross Off" options lead vocals from late Linkin Park frontman Bennington, who died three months after recording his contribution in 2017. It marks Bennington's first chart look in any type since Linkin Park's "Final Masquerade," which reached No. 35 in February 2015, and the highest-charting observe sporting his vocals since Linkin Park's "Rebellion," that includes Daron Malakian (No. 15, December 2014).
The observe additionally breaks onto Rock Digital Song Sales (No. 24; three,000 bought, up 66 p.c, in line with Nielsen Music), rises 18-11 on Hard Rock Digital Song Sales and bows at No. 37 on the sales-, streaming- and airplay-based Hot Rock Songs record.
Anesthetic, Morton's debut solo album, is scheduled for launch March 1 WPP/Spinefarm.