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Metallica Release New Song ‘Screaming Suicide’ With an Important Message


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Metallica have released “Screaming Suicide,” the second single from their forthcoming album 72 Seasons, which arrives on April 14. Alongside the single and music video release on Thursday (Jan. 19), the band shared a message about the important subject of the new song.

“‘Screaming Suicide’ addresses the taboo word of suicide,” Metallica’s James Hetfield explains.

Down toward the bottom of this post, read the lyrics to “Screaming Suicide” and watch the music video for the nearly 6-minute-long Metallica track.

“The intention is to communicate about the darkness we feel inside,” Hetfield continues. “It’s ridiculous to think we should deny that we have these thoughts. At one point or another, I believe most people have thought about it. To face it is to speak the unspoken.”

He adds, “If it’s a human experience, we should be able to talk about it. You are not alone.”

Watch the video for “Screaming Suicide” near the bottom of this post and see how fans have reacted at this location. See Metallica’s upcoming tour dates here. Pre-order 72 Seasons here. Get Metallica tickets here.

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If you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts, visit the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline website. Resource information is provided for free as well as a chat message service. To speak directly to a professional, call 1-800-273-8255. You are not alone and help is available. Every life is important.

Metallica, “Screaming Suicide” Lyrics

Welcome to this life
Born into the fight
Here to claim your dream
Look you in the eye
Patch the broken sky
Craving dopamine
Then my voice appears
Teaching you of fears
Are you good enough?
You don’t recognize
Head is full of lies
You should just give up

Listen well, better listen well
Listen well, better listen well

Don’t ever speak my name
Remember you’re to blame
Keep me inside
Keep me inside
My name is suicide

Curse another day
Spirit locked away
Punish and deprive
Hate to be awake
Living a mistake
More dead than alive
Then a voice appears
Whisper in your ears
‘You are good enough’
Throwing down a rope
A lifeline of hope
Never give you up

Listen well, better listen well
Listen well, better listen well

Don’t ever speak my name
Remember you’re to blame
Keep me inside
Keep me inside
My name is suicide

Terrified in sleepless nights
Caught in spotlight dead to rights
Isolate and fight your mind
Telling you you’re left behind

My lying voice inside
Keeps drinking cyanide
And no more can you run
Into the sun

Terrified, sleepless nights
Caught in spotlight dead to rights
Isolate and fight your mind
Telling you you’re left behind

And now you speak my name
You’ve given back the blame
Keep me deep inside
Don’t you keep me inside
Screaming suicide

Now that I’m exposed inside
Shined a light on cyanide
I’m no longer needed here
Now you’ve faced your biggest fear

Metallica, “Screaming Suicide” (Music Video)

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