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Metallica The Unforgiven Official Music Video [2021]


Making its worldwide debut on Nov. 19, 1991, 'The Unforgiven' is the third music video released by Metallica. Like 'One,' there are multiple versions of this music video: the standard video that clocks in at six minutes and 24 seconds, and the "theatrical" version that runs more than 11 and a half minutes long.




Metallica The Unforgiven Official Music Video



The black and white video was filmed by Matt Mahurin in Los Angeles, and like the videos released before it, it follows along the theme of the lyrics while also showing clips of the band performing the song. The theatrical version of 'The Unforgiven' includes the same music video as the original version, but it also features several minutes of scenes prior to the start of the song.


Nearly five years after shooting this video, Mahurin would return to help Metallica with two more music videos. In addition to Metallica, he has worked with the likes of Alice in Chains, Bush, Hole and Soundgarden.


Making its worldwide debut on Nov. 19, 1991, 'The Unforgiven' is the third music video released by Metallica. Like 'One,' there are multiple versions of this music video: the standard video that clocks in at six minutes and 24 seconds, and the \"theatrical\" version that runs more than 11 and a half minutes long.\nRead More


More than six years after 'The Unforgiven' was released on Metallica's self-titled 1991 album, the band unleashed the next episode of the song series with 'The Unforgiven II' on 'ReLoad.' To accompany the second single from that album, Metallica partnered back up with Matt Mahurin to direct the music video.


Filmed in Los Angeles, 'The Unforgiven II' made its premiere on Jan. 20, 1998. Mahurin was the perfect director for this music video since he created the original video for 'The Unforgiven.' It should come as no surprise then that his latest creation would follow a similar theme and feel to 'The Unforgiven.'


More than six years after 'The Unforgiven' was released on Metallica's self-titled 1991 album, the band unleashed the next episode of the song series with 'The Unforgiven II' on 'ReLoad.' To accompany the second single from that album, Metallica partnered back up with Matt Mahurin to direct the music video.\nRead More


The music video for "One" from the album ...And Justice for All, would become Metallica's first music video ever shot. Recorded in December of 1988 with directors Bill Pope and Michael Salomon. The video was originally released on January 22, 1989, during the Headbangers Ball on MTV.


The music video for "Enter Sandman" from the album Metallica (The Black Album), is Metallica's second music video. Recorded in June of 1991 with director Wayne Isham. The video was originally released on July 30, 1991.


The music video for "The Unforgiven" from the album Metallica (The Black Album), is Metallica's third music video. Recorded in September of 1991 with director Matt Mahurin. The video was originally released on November 19, 1991.


Almost two years after YouTube launched its now world-dominating video streaming platform in 2005, Metallica began curating their official channel. Now, after 16 years, the band have posted an incredible 1800 pieces of content, including official videos, live shots and assorted footage, and have amassed over 9.5 million subscribers and 5 billion views in total. Not bad going for a band who were so anti-video, it took them four albums before deciding to release their first promo. 041b061a72


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