History NightmareFuel / Metallica

24th Sep '17 9:27:37 AM GrimTheWhatever
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* "Spit Out The Bone" is a horrific insight into the ever-increasing reliance and dependence on technology. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m46Z0-HXySo The video doesn't make it much better,]] as various slips of [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/TransformationHorror?from=Main.TransformationTrauma people transforming into robots and/or androids]] and horrifying imagery of plagues the video.

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* "Spit Out The Bone" is a horrific insight into the ever-increasing reliance and dependence on technology. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m46Z0-HXySo The video doesn't make it much better,]] as various slips of [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/TransformationHorror?from=Main.TransformationTrauma people transforming into robots and/or androids]] and horrifying imagery of plagues the video.
24th Sep '17 9:25:13 AM GrimTheWhatever
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* "Spit Out The Bone" is a horrific insight into the ever-increasing reliance and dependence on technology. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m46Z0-HXySo The video doesn't make it much better,]] as various slips of TransformationHorror plagues the video.

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* "Spit Out The Bone" is a horrific insight into the ever-increasing reliance and dependence on technology. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m46Z0-HXySo The video doesn't make it much better,]] as various slips of TransformationHorror [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/TransformationHorror?from=Main.TransformationTrauma people transforming into robots and/or androids]] and horrifying imagery of plagues the video.
24th Sep '17 9:20:17 AM GrimTheWhatever
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* "Spit Out The Bone" is a horrific insight into the ever-increasing reliance and dependence on technology. The video doesn't make it much better, as various slips of TransformationHorror plagues the video.

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* "Spit Out The Bone" is a horrific insight into the ever-increasing reliance and dependence on technology. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m46Z0-HXySo The video doesn't make it much better, better,]] as various slips of TransformationHorror plagues the video.
24th Sep '17 9:19:11 AM GrimTheWhatever
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* TurnedAgainstTheirMasters: Spit Out The Bone

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* TurnedAgainstTheirMasters: Spit "Spit Out The BoneBone" is a horrific insight into the ever-increasing reliance and dependence on technology. The video doesn't make it much better, as various slips of TransformationHorror plagues the video.
23rd Sep '17 1:48:35 PM GrimTheWhatever
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* "The House Jack Built" is quite possibly the most harrowing song about alcoholism ever written. Hetfield wrote the song about his own battles with alcohol addiction and the slow, plodding snails pace of the song perfectly emulates the feeling of being drunk and lethargic all the time.

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* "The House Jack Built" is quite possibly the most harrowing song about alcoholism ever written. Hetfield wrote the song about his own battles with alcohol addiction and the slow, plodding snails pace of the song perfectly emulates the feeling of being drunk and lethargic all the time.time.
* TurnedAgainstTheirMasters: Spit Out The Bone
20th Sep '17 9:02:08 AM Sayer09
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"Unforgiven II" features disturbingly nightmarish imagery. Set in a monochrome void world where a young boy grows to adulthood with his arm permanently sealed within a massive concrete wall which collapses around him as the song progresses but leaves him trapped. Highlights including the wall transforming into a giant book that sucks the young man in and snaps shut, the young man trying to get away from the wall by stretching his arm out into a long tentacle that reels him back in again, and raging fires, fountains of water and a whirling tornado emerging from the top of the shattered wall, ending with the wall transforming into a topless woman who still has the man's arm thrusting through her body. James Hetfield in particular looks absolutely ''demonic'' with his face lit from below by flickering light. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-Bn_kD6QN4 Once you see it, you'll never forget it.]]

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* "Unforgiven II" features disturbingly nightmarish imagery. Set in a monochrome void world where a young boy grows to adulthood with his arm permanently sealed within a massive concrete wall which collapses around him as the song progresses but leaves him trapped. Highlights including the wall transforming into a giant book that sucks the young man in and snaps shut, the young man trying to get away from the wall by stretching his arm out into a long tentacle that reels him back in again, and raging fires, fountains of water and a whirling tornado emerging from the top of the shattered wall, ending with the wall transforming into a topless woman who still has the man's arm thrusting through her body. James Hetfield in particular looks absolutely ''demonic'' with his face lit from below by flickering light. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-Bn_kD6QN4 Once you see it, you'll never forget it.]]
1st Sep '17 8:40:11 PM SwimToTheMoon
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** ''Just'' Marianne Faithful? The song's lyrics are creepy and disturbing as fuck as well, about a once-relevant pop star living on their glory years to delusional extremes, even locking themselves in a room and reminiscing unhealthily on past glories ("Hear the nowhere crowd cry nowhere tears of honour"). Faithful's bits get even creepier when you realize it's meant to resemble said washed-up pop star singing said song. Even worse when you realize [[WordOfGod according to the band]] it's loosely based on the equally disturbing movie ''[[Film/SunsetBoulevard]]''.

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** ''Just'' Marianne Faithful? The song's lyrics are creepy and disturbing as fuck as well, about a once-relevant pop star living on their glory years to delusional extremes, even locking themselves in a room and reminiscing unhealthily on past glories ("Hear the nowhere crowd cry nowhere tears of honour"). Faithful's bits get even creepier when you realize it's meant to resemble said washed-up pop star singing said song. Even worse when you realize [[WordOfGod according to the band]] it's loosely based on the equally disturbing movie ''[[Film/SunsetBoulevard]]''.''Film/SunsetBoulevard''.
1st Sep '17 8:39:19 PM SwimToTheMoon
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* "Unforgiven II" features disturbingly nightmarish imagery. Set in a monochrome void world where a young boy grows to adulthood with his arm permanently sealed within a massive concrete wall which collapses around him as the song progresses but leaves him trapped. Highlights including the wall transforming into a giant book that sucks the young man in and snaps shut, the young man trying to get away from the wall by stretching his arm out into a long tentacle that reels him back in again, and raging fires, fountains of water and a whirling tornado emerging from the top of the shattered wall, ending with the wall transforming into a topless woman who still has the man's arm thrusting through her body. James Hetfield in particular looks absolutely ''demonic'' with his face lit from below by flickering light. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-Bn_kD6QN4 Once you see it, you'll never forget it.]]

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* ** ''Just'' Marianne Faithful? The song's lyrics are creepy and disturbing as fuck as well, about a once-relevant pop star living on their glory years to delusional extremes, even locking themselves in a room and reminiscing unhealthily on past glories ("Hear the nowhere crowd cry nowhere tears of honour"). Faithful's bits get even creepier when you realize it's meant to resemble said washed-up pop star singing said song. Even worse when you realize [[WordOfGod according to the band]] it's loosely based on the equally disturbing movie ''[[Film/SunsetBoulevard]]''.
"Unforgiven II" features disturbingly nightmarish imagery. Set in a monochrome void world where a young boy grows to adulthood with his arm permanently sealed within a massive concrete wall which collapses around him as the song progresses but leaves him trapped. Highlights including the wall transforming into a giant book that sucks the young man in and snaps shut, the young man trying to get away from the wall by stretching his arm out into a long tentacle that reels him back in again, and raging fires, fountains of water and a whirling tornado emerging from the top of the shattered wall, ending with the wall transforming into a topless woman who still has the man's arm thrusting through her body. James Hetfield in particular looks absolutely ''demonic'' with his face lit from below by flickering light. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-Bn_kD6QN4 Once you see it, you'll never forget it.]]



* "Call of the Ktulu." Without lyrics, it invokes sheer Cosmic Dread. If you've read your Creator/HPLovecraft, you can picture the stars lining up...and ancient doors opening...

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* "Call of the Ktulu." Without lyrics, it invokes sheer Cosmic Dread. If you've read your Creator/HPLovecraft, you can picture the stars lining up...and ancient doors opening...opening...
* "The House Jack Built" is quite possibly the most harrowing song about alcoholism ever written. Hetfield wrote the song about his own battles with alcohol addiction and the slow, plodding snails pace of the song perfectly emulates the feeling of being drunk and lethargic all the time.
17th May '17 4:46:12 PM jdgs
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*** And then we have [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QlF4rhAbwyc the video for their fourth single "Now That We're Dead"]] where the band plays in a white room like normal; [[FacialHorror until the lights go red, the walls goes black and the artwork takes over them...]]
16th May '17 6:22:28 PM BronyoftheOctaves
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** Just that final line of "All Within My Hands": '''''KILL KILL KILL KILL KILL!!'''''
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