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Top 60 Disturbing Horror Music Videos of All Time – Part 6

Welcome to part 6 of “Top 60 Disturbing Horror Music Videos of All Time“. This page brings this exercise research study of terror to a close offering up 10 more pushing-the-envelope videos that were clearly designed to jar the audience on some level. The collective has been great fun, though we realize that we are only offering up a glimpse of the range of disturbing music videos out there and look forward to adding future-study inclusions on Horrornews.net. Comment away below and we’ll get our next list planned!!

Also our disclaimer: Some of the descriptions below were sourced from whatever available information we could find that gives some background information on the inclusions. Though not all have background info available.

51- Depeche Mode – Wrong

The music video for “Wrong” was filmed in December 2008 and directed by Patrick Daughters.[5] It debuted on the band’s MySpace page on 20 February 2009. The video depicts a Ford Crown Victoria rolling backwards

52- American Head Charge – All Wrapped Up

From American Head Charge’s album “The War of Art”. Released in 2001

53- Klaxons – Twin Flames

A music video for the song debuted in November 2010.[2] It is notable for its extensive nudity. The band members are involved in an orgy with several women. As the video progresses, their body parts begin to fuse.

54- Tool – Prison Sex

Prison Sex” is a song by American rock band Tool. The song was released as their second single from their debut studio album Undertow. The song uses a modified drop-B tuning. The track features an “anti-climax” in which memorable verses and choruses dissolve into an unrelated, quiet final section.

55- The Prodigy – Breathe

The music video was directed by Walter Stern and took place in what resembled an abandoned, decrepit apartment building, with the band members experiencing various aural, visual and psychological phenomena, with Keith Flint and Maxim representing the phenomena. Various animals, like an alligator, and crickets, make an appearance, evoking different types of phobias.

56-Skinny Puppy – Spasmolytic

Spasmolytic is a single by the band Skinny Puppy from the album Too Dark Park. The cover art is by Jim Cummins (I, Braineater)
The track Harsh Stone White, when performed live, featured a backing video that, like the infamous Worlock video, consisted of frightening and graphic scenes from movies.

57- Mushroomhead – 12 Hundred

Music video by Mushroomhead performing 12 Hundred. (C) 2010 Megaforce Records. Drummer Skinny, explains about the “12 Hundred” video: “It’s very, very horror movie-esque “really gory and bloody and pretty evil. It was filmed by Video Director, Maskmaker and Make-up artist Dave Henson Greathouse on the set of the movie The Rage. The music video won “2007 Video Of The Year.

58- Papa Roach – Hollywood Whore

The music video, directed by Jesse Davey, depicts the band playing in front of a young woman, the “Hollywood Whore” that the song is referring to. Eventually, the woman arises and blood is seen falling from her eyes. The skin and muscle on her face deteriorates and turns to that of a bloody skull, and blood begins to explode out of her mouth, completely drenching the band as they are performing

59- Mushroomhead – Soul Is Mine

From the Saw VI Soundtrack – Music video by Mushroomhead performing Your Soul Is Mine. (C) 2009 Megaforce

60- Dir en grey – Obscure

A music video for Dir en Grey’s song “Obscure”. The first B-side, “Obscure”, is a re-recording of a track from band’s fourth album, Vulgar.

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5 comments

  1. good top, but still missing Nurse with wound, boards of canada, DyE and salem

     
  2. post-modern sleaze

    oh we need that afrika bombaataa and leftfield/ afrika shox they’d always play it with come to daddy/ aphex twin late at night… to assure if your werent asleep no way you would be www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hi0erY0WG6A, you can feel every smashing limb

     
  3. WTF?!?!? No GWAR?!?!?

     
    • Ya you are right………… forgot about that awesome monster metal act……
      Will have to remember to add them
      (or since we already titled it top 60, maybe a footer note ;)

       
  4. Prime Time Of Your Life by Daft Punk has a video that stays with you.

     

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