The story follows scientists who track mythical creatures such as Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster and have to deal with the sudden appearance of the creatures in San Francisco.
It’s Friday and it’s time to get twisted! This week’s Twisted Music Video Of The Week is none other than the smash hit “Zombie” from The Cranberries. This song appeared on their 1994 album No Need To Argue and is about struggle and strife in Ireland, particularly the death of two children from an IRA bombing. The video was directed by Samuel Bayer (who also directed Metallica‘s “Until It Sleeps”, which bears undeniable visual similarities) and mixes band performance, gritty military footage, and Biblical imagery similar to Bosch’s “The Garden Of Earthly Delights”. Check it out below!
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I’m gonna just go ahead and say this: “Until It Sleeps” is probably one of my favorite Metallica songs. No joke. I love the structure, I love the build-up, I love the dynamics…DAMN it’s a good song! And the video is just as awesome! Taking visual inspiration from the infamous Hieronymus Bosch painting The Garden Of Earthly Delights, the band members seems to each suffer in their personal agony while surreal and often violent moments occur all around them. Definitely in my Top 10 music videos of all time, I highly recommend checking out the video below if you’ve never seen it!
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