“Dream No More” – Metallica [YouTube Music Video]

LYRICS

He sleeps under black seas waiting
Lies dreaming in death
He sleeps under cosmos shaking
Stars granting his breath

He wakes as the world dies screaming
All horrors arrive
He wakes giving Earth it’s bleeding
Pure madness alive

And he haunts you
And he blinds your soul
And he loathes you
And reclaims it all

You turn to stone
Can’t look away
You turn to stone
Madness, they say
Cthulhu awaken

He sways in abyss returning
Inhaling black skies
He shakes with a torture burning
All lost in his eyes

And he haunts you
And he blinds your soul
And he loathes you
And reclaims it all

You turn to stone
Can’t look away
You turn to stone
Madness, they say
Cthulhu awaken

You turn to stone
Can’t look away
You turn to stone
Madness, they say

Sanity taken
Seething damnation
Cthulhu awaken
(Wake) Winged Salvation
Death by creation
Cthulhu awaken
(Wake) Dreaming no more
Cthulhu awaken
(Wake) Dreaming no more
(Wake) Dreaming no more

CREDITS

Directed by Tom Kirk
Editing and VFX by Rowan Glenn
Director of Photography – Matt Hayslett
Band Performance shot by – Josh Blackman
Actor – Jeff Harms
Produced by Banoffee Sky and Hesper Lucent
Special thanks to Open The Portal, Nick Cortes and Erik Hoffstad

Today is a special day for Metallica fans, as the band have announced that they’ll be releasing a new music video every two hours for each song off their upcoming album, Hardwired… To Self-Destruct. Check out “Dream No More” above, courtesy of the band’s YouTube.

The video features the band riffing on the song inside silhouetted images that have a vintage feel. The song is a mid-tempo bruiser full of chugging guitar riffs, reminiscent of their 1991 tune “Sad But True.”

Hardwired…To Self-Destruct is scheduled to be released on November 18, 2016. Pick it up on Amazon. The band has previously shared three music videos from the album: “Hardwired,” “Moth Into Flame,” and “Atlas, Rise!

In related news, Metallica also announced that they will release their entire catalog on Napster. Seventeen years ago, the band was embroiled in a lawsuit against the company for copyright infringement.

Metallica are currently out on a South American tour. For more music, news, and tour information about Metallica, check out their Zumic artist page.

Source: MetallicaTV YouTube