Thank for stopping by “Top 60 Disturbing Horror Music Videos of All Time – Part 4“. The madness continues as we take you thru the best in horror music videos. Collected for your enjoyment are various music video offerings that focus on the horror genre. While some are unsettling, others merely pay homage to the genre by serving all sorts of twisted visions.
Note: Most descriptions on this page were extracted from the videos, wikipedia and related materials addressing the songs
31- Marilyn Manson – Sweet Dreams
“Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” is the first and only single and the sixth track of the first EP Smells Like Children, originally written and performed by Eurythmics in 1982. The song became an MTV-staple and helped to establish the band in the mainstream.
32- Meshuggah – Bleed
A standout track from the Swedish metal band Meshuggah, this song has English lyrics written by their drummer, Tomas Haake. Originally, the song was called “Aneurysm.”
“That’s what it’s about,” said Haake. “An aneurysm in your head killing you, and how you’re transformed from a living being into dying. It’s written in a lot of metaphors.”
33- Cowboy Prostitutes – Scary
Video for the single Scary by Cowboy Prostitutes! Video produced by Jonas Inde. Video Editor: Marcus von Boisman.
34- Marilyn Manson – The Nobodies
“The Nobodies” is a song by American industrial rock band Marilyn Manson. It is the third and final single from their fourth studio album, Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death), released in 2000. The song addresses Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, perpetrators of the Columbine High School massacre in 1999.
35- Fastway – After Midnight
Trick or Treat is the fourth album by the heavy metal band Fastway. It was the soundtrack for the heavy metal horror film Trick or Treat and was released as a studio album in November 1986, a month after the release of the film.
36- Soundgarden – Black Hole Sun
“Black Hole Sun” is a song by the American rock band Soundgarden. Written by frontman Chris Cornell, the song was released in 1994 as the third single from the band’s fourth studio album Superunknown (1994). It is arguably the band’s most recognizable and most popular song, and remains a well known song from the 1990s.
37- Yeasayer – Madder Red
With his new video for Yeasayer’s “Madder Red”, the visionary taps into a universal sentimentality that’s relatively traditional. It tells the story of a young woman (played with a trembling lower lip by “Veronica Mars” actress Kristen Bell) dealing with a sick pet.
38- Aphex Twin – Windowlicker
“Windowlicker” is a song by electronic musician Aphex Twin, released on 22 March 1999 as a single by Warp Records. The artwork for the single was created by Chris Cunningham, with additional work by The Designers Republic. Cunningham also directed the song’s music video, which was nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Video.
40- Madonna – Frozen
Very abstract even for Madonna. Madonna is presented as a witchy, morphing, black entity that uses reverse effects very nicely. It’s quite beautiful to look at and yet you also feel like she could be a horror movie character.