METALLICA: 'The Unnamed Feeling' Video Posted Online

December 3, 2003

METALLICA's video for "The Unnamed Feeling", the third single from their "St. Anger" CD, has been posted online at this location.

The clip was shot on October 15 in downtown L.A. and was directed by the Malloys, who helmed the clip for "St. Anger".

"The Unnamed Feeling" video, which takes place in Little Joe's Italian restaurant, includes dozens of extras to help convey a claustrophobic vibe. Most of the video features performance footage intertwined with special effects. "It's about anxiety and all of the feelings you want to hide," Hetfield said.

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