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Metallica Music Videos
 

One

Release Date: January 1989
Directors: Michael Salomon & Bill Pope
Album: ...And Justice For All

Notes:

  • "One" has scenes from "Johnny Got His Gun" (1971) movie.
  • There are three versions of the "One" video. The first version is the longest version. It has scenes from the band's jam and the movie. The second version is shorter than the first version. It has scenes from band's jam and the movie. The third version is shorter still and  doesn't have any scenes from the movie.
  • "One" was the first video clip Metallica ever made.
  • "One" was the first Grammy Award winner song for Metallica.
Available on: Video release "2 of one" (see the picture of the cover above)
 

 

Enter Sandman

Release Date: August 1991
Director:
Wayne Isham
Album:
Metallica (Black Album)

Notes:

  • There are three versions of the "Enter Sandman" video.
  • "Enter Sandman" was Metallica's first studio video.
Available on: Video release "A Year And A Half In The Life Of Metallica Part 1" (see the picture of the cover above)
 

 

The Unforgiven

Release Date: November 1991
Director: Matt Mahurin
Album: Metallica (Black Album)
Notes:
  • There are three versions of "The Unforgiven" video including a twelve minute extended version which has no sound in the middle part. The song is not extended. This clip has only been shown a couple of times on MTV and is very rare.
  • "The Unforgiven " was Metallica's second black & white video clip.
Available on: Video release "A Year And A Half In The Life Of Metallica Part 1" (see the picture of the cover above)
 

 

Nothing Else Matters

Release Date: February 1992
Director: Adam Dubin
Album: Metallica (Black Album)

Notes:

  • "Nothing Else Matters" is the first Metallica video for a slow song.
  • "Nothing Else Matters" video has scenes from the recording of the Black Album taken from the Year And A Half In The Life Of Metallica Video.
Available on: Video release "A Year And A Half In The Life Of Metallica Part 1" (see the picture of the cover above)
 

 

Wherever I May Roam

Release Date: June 1992
Director:
Wayne Isham
Album:
Metallica (Black Album)

Notes:

  • The "Wherever I May Roam" video has scenes from Metallica's concert in San Diego from 1992.
Available on: Video release "A Year And A Half In The Life Of Metallica Part 2" (see the picture of the cover above)
 

 

Sad But True

Release Date: October 1992
Director:
Wayne Isham
Album:
Metallica (Black Album)

Notes:

  • The "Sad But True" video has scenes from Metallica's concert in San Diego from 1992.
Available on: Video release "A Year And A Half In The Life Of Metallica Part 2" (see the picture of the cover above)
 

 

Whiplash

Release Date: December 1993
Director:
Wayne Isham
Album:
Kill 'em All

Notes:

  • "Whiplash" video has scenes from Metallica's concert in San Diego from 1992.
  • "Whiplash" is the first video from the Kill 'em All album.
  • This video was used as a promo for the "Live Shit Binge And Purge" video/CD box set.
Available on: Video release N/A but the footage was taken from the Live Shit box set.
 

 

Welcome Home - Sanitarium

Release Date: December 1993
Director:
Wayne Isham
Album:
Master of Puppets

Notes:

  • "Sanitarium" video has scenes from Metallica's concert in Seattle from 1989.
  • "Sanitarium" is the first video from the Master of Puppets album'.
  • This video was used as a promo for the "Live Shit Binge And Purge" video/CD box set.
Available on: Video release N/A but the footage was taken from the Live Shit box set.
 

 

For Whom The Bell Tolls

Release Date: December 1993
Director:
Michael Salomon
Album:
Ride the Lightning

Notes:

  • "For Whom The Bell Tolls" video has scenes from Metallica's concert in Seattle from 1989.
  • "For Whom The Bell Tolls" is the first video from the Ride The Lightning album.
  • This video was used as a promo for the "Live Shit Binge And Purge" video/CD box set.
Available on: Video release N/A but the footage was taken from the Live Shit box set.
 

 

Fade To Black

ReleaseDate: December 1993
Directors:
Michael Salomon, Wayne Isham
Album:
Ride the Lightning

Notes:

  • "Fade to Black" video has 2 live versions. They have scenes from Metallica's Seattle show from 1989, and from the San Diego concert in 1992.
  • This video was used as a promo for the "Live Shit Binge And Purge" video/CD box set.
Available on: Video release N/A but the footage was taken from the Live Shit box set.
 

 

Until It Sleeps

Release Date: May 1996
Director:
Samuel Bayer
Album:
Load

Notes:

  • "Until It Sleeps" is the first video from the Load album.
Available on: Video release N/A
 

 

Hero Of The Day

Release Date: August 1996
Director:
Anton Corbijn
Album:
Load

Notes:

  • "Hero of the Day" is the first Metallica video clip which has special computer effects.
Available on: Video release "Hero Of The Day/Mama Said" pal format only from Australia (see the picture of the cover above)
 

 

Mama Said

Release Date: 1996
Director:
Anton Corbijn
Album:
Load

Notes:

  • "Mama Said" is rarely played on music television.
  • "Mama Said" was only released in Europe which is why it is not played that often (worldwide)
Available on: Video release "Hero Of The Day/Mama Said" pal format only from Australia (see the picture of the cover above)
 

 

King Nothing

Release Date: January 1997
Director:
Matt Mahurin
Album:
Load

Notes:

  • "King Nothing" is probably the most played "Load" video on music television.
Available on: Video release N/A
 

 

The Memory Remains

Release Date: November 1997
Director:
Paul Andresen
Album:
Reload

Notes:

  • "The Memory Remains" was the first video clip from the Re-Load album.
  • The song and the video features Marianne Faithfull.
Available on: Video release N/A
 

 

The Unforgiven II

Release Date: January 1998
Director:
Matt Mahurin
Album:
Reload

Notes:

  • "The Unforgiven II" is rarely played on music television.
Available on: Video release N/A
 

 

Fuel

Release Date: May 1998
Director:
Wayne Isham
Album:
Reload

Notes:

  • "Fuel" is probably the most played Re-Load video on music television.
Available on: CD single release "Turn The Page" from Australia (see the picture of the cover above)
 

 

Turn The Page

Release Date: November 1998
Director:
Jonas Akerlund
Album:
Garage Inc.

Notes:

  • "Turn The Page" is the first video clip from the Garage Inc. album.
  • "Turn The Page" is the first Metallica clip for a cover song.
  • The female actor is porn star Ginger Lynn
  • There are two versions of the "Turn The Page" video, the censored version and the uncensored version. The uncensored version shows nudity from the strip club and from the woman's home.
Available on: CD single release "Die, Die My Darling" from Australia (see the picture of the cover above)
 

 

Whiskey In The Jar

Release Date: November 1999
Director:
Jonas Akerlund
Album:
Garage Inc.

Notes:

  • "Whiskey In The Jar" was the second video clip from the Garage Inc. album.
  • There are two versions of the "Whiskey In The Jar" video the censored version and the uncensored version.
Available on: CD single release "Die, Die My Darling" from Australia (see the picture of the cover above)
 

 

Die, Die My Darling

ReleaseDate: 1999
Director:
Album:
Garage Inc.

Notes:

  • "Die, Die My Darling" video has scenes from Metallica's concert in New York at the Roseland Ballroom from 1998.
Available on: N/A
 

 

No Leaf Clover

Release Date: 1999
Director:
Wayne Isham
Album:
S&M

Notes:

  • "No Leaf Clover" is the first video clip from the S&M album.
Available on: CD single release "No Leaf Clover" (see the picture of the cover above)
 

 

Nothing Else Matters

Release Date: 1999
Director:
Wayne Isham
Album:
S&M

Notes:

  • "Nothing Else Matters" is the second video clip from the S&M album.
Available on: CD single release "Nothing Else Matters" (see the picture of the cover above)
 

 

I Disappear

Release Date: 2000
Director:
Wayne Isham
Album:
M:I - 2 (Soundtrack)

Notes:

  • "I Disappear" is the most expensive video clip in Metallica history.
  • "I Disappear" is the first video clip that Metallica made for a soundtrack
Available on: Mission Impossible 2 DVD
 

 

St. Anger

Release Date: May, 2003
Director:
The Malloy Brothers
Album:
St. Anger
Notes:
  • The video clip is recorded at St. Quentin State Prison.
  • After the recording of the video clip, Metallica gave a free concert for inmates. That show was Rob Trujillo's first show with Metallica.
  • The video clip's first debut was on 27.May.2003 (MTV2).
Available on: CD single release "St. Anger" (see the picture of the cover above)
 

 

Frantic

Release Date: Aug, 2003
Director:
Wayne Isham
Album:
St. Anger
Notes:
  • The video was recorded in Montreal on July 21st, 2003.
Available on: CD single release "St. Anger" (see the picture of the cover above)
 

 

The Unnamed Feeling

Release Date:
Director:
The Malloy Brothers
Album:
St. Anger
Notes:
  • The video was recorded in downtown Los Angeles on 15 October 2003.
  • Based in the premises of Little Joe's restaurant the shoot was taking place at two different areas in the building and utilized dozens of extras to help show anxiety, one of the more powerful 'unnamed feelings' the song deals with.
  • Guests appearing in the video include world famous surfer Rob Machado (no prizes for guessing which band members were stoked about him being on set and in the frame!) and actor Edward Furlong.
Available on: CD single release "The Unnamed Feeling"

 

 

 

 

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