A solider jumps between battle and civilian life in Metallica’s gripping “Confusion” new video clip.
In Metallica’s magnetic “Confusion” video clip, 1 soldier’s civilian life blurs right into a battlefield – and vice versa. “Coming home from battle, items do not match anymore,” James Hetfield bellows over a thunderous, palm-muted riff and Kirk Hammett’s wah-wah shrapnel; in the meantime, director Claire Marie Vogel cuts backwards and forwards between a girl fighting in a battle zone and dealing in a secular workplace.
The video opens with the armed soldier kicking down the door of an abandoned constructing, solely to discover a phone on the ground. After picking it up, she transports back to her office, the place odd objects, together with a toy helicopter, a cup of coffee and a stack of copier paper, set off photographs of her army service. “Delusion/ all sanity is however a reminiscence,” Hetfield sings, mourning, “My life: the battle that by no means ends.”Download Our App
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