Lou Reed and Metallica new vid
2011-12-04 by Voivod STAFF | 55 Comments

Lou Reed and Metallica have officially released a new video for the song "The View", so as to promote their mutual collaboration in the album Lulu.

The video was directed by Darren Aronofsky and it is made available via the following url:

http://www.metalinjection.net/tv/view/8088/metallicalou-reed-the-view-official-video

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Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
December 4th 2011

31085 Comments


This makes up for nothing

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Sevhead
December 4th 2011

569 Comments


AW SWEET

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
December 4th 2011

31085 Comments


It's called Lulu, not Lula.....

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
December 4th 2011

6006 Comments


The demon of the printing office has struck again Dev, sorry :-D

Fixed.

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jimmykidd
December 4th 2011

528 Comments


I AM DA TABOL!

AsoTamaki
December 4th 2011

2525 Comments


Talk about disappointing. I was expecting an actual concept video dealing with the lyrical content of the song instead of just some pseudo-live footage. Come on, Aronofsky...

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
December 4th 2011

3366 Comments


Did they really need Darren Aronofsky for this video ?

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RangerTaffles
December 4th 2011

256 Comments


This is what Darren Aronofsky made?

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
December 4th 2011

3366 Comments


I am watching their performance Live in Germany on Youtube and Lars' expressions while playing the same rhythm for 10 minutes are just plainly fun.

Collateral
December 4th 2011

69 Comments


BRING THE METUL

TheNotrap
December 4th 2011

8035 Comments


Terrible music.

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AtavanHalen
December 4th 2011

17927 Comments


table

Cursiver
December 4th 2011

48 Comments


table

SaneTBP
December 4th 2011

1687 Comments


m/

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Ending
December 4th 2011

1893 Comments


A new video, yes, that's what this album needed.

ApplicationToHeaven
December 4th 2011

1558 Comments


this song isn't THAT bad

HeathenTemple
December 4th 2011

80 Comments


Video and song were so boring that I didn't even notice that they cut 2 minutes of the song out

Ignimbrite
December 4th 2011

5318 Comments


http://iheartguitarblog.com/2011/09/james-hetfield-is-not-a-table.html

MasBarHigeuoris21
December 4th 2011

1558 Comments


Didn't think that any of the songs of the album were worthy enough for a video. Looks like Metallica is jamming in the garage while some old drunk man is rambling. Wait.... Isn't that what Lulu is......

Ikarus14
December 4th 2011

535 Comments


Aronofsky is one of my favourite directors so that's enough reason to put myself through this.

pizzamachine
December 4th 2011

12571 Comments


Useless vid.

NickelbackFTL
December 4th 2011

229 Comments


good thing they got aronofsky to do this, i don't think anyone but one of the premier directors in hollywood could make a video so impressive

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
December 4th 2011

28422 Comments


lol he quit the wolverine for THIS?!

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Electric City
Staff Reviewer
December 4th 2011

15730 Comments


finally know what this sounds like. yep, pretty hilarious

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Xenophanes
Emeritus
December 4th 2011

10592 Comments


This is my first taste of Lulu, and she tastes terrible.

Mabbitt
December 4th 2011

1350 Comments


the vid wasn't terrible, and some of the riffs were alright...blah. i dont need to listen to any more of this.

bloc
December 4th 2011

34768 Comments


Good video

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KjSwantko
December 4th 2011

9277 Comments


he's the table

zaruyache
December 4th 2011

6243 Comments


Respect the Tablet.

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ncguitar
December 4th 2011

2403 Comments


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GGag1CyN9s&feature=related

psykonaut
December 4th 2011

3913 Comments


lost quite a bit of respect for aronofsky yesterday

"I couldn't stop listening to it. Lou's crushing lyrics, and the band's incredible licks."

those incredible licks!

MO
December 4th 2011

18506 Comments


only good thing about the video is the fact they cut the song in half

combustion07
December 4th 2011

5343 Comments


So... Darren Aronofsky should probably have spent the time this took to do working on a movie instead.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
December 4th 2011

50088 Comments


Darren Aronofsky WHHHYYYYYYYYYY


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tables
December 4th 2011

125 Comments


this is whole project is becoming a black hole, sucking in everything that used to be talented

bloc
December 4th 2011

34768 Comments


^James Hetfield is one of you

BaseballJames
December 4th 2011

371 Comments


Darren Aronofsky's next movie will be about a struggling 80's rocker who tries to cling onto his heyday. James Hetfield is... The Table.

Ignimbrite
December 4th 2011

5318 Comments


Yo soy la mesa

Yuma310
December 4th 2011

1656 Comments


total aoty

Durrzo
December 4th 2011

1099 Comments


This is the first time I'm hearing something off this album. I really don't know what to say... aside from I lol'd really fucking hard when he called himself a table. I had heard about that, of course, but actually seeing and hearing it from James himself... ahahaaa.

AsoTamaki
December 4th 2011

2525 Comments


^^ Nah, top 10 though.

RyanDonahoe
December 4th 2011

142 Comments


I don't even understand how people can say other people are overreacting when they talk about how horrible this and the album as a whole is. This is absolute trash......

KjSwantko
December 4th 2011

9277 Comments


wonder what it's like to be a table

FenixZero
December 4th 2011

382 Comments


LOL

Intheayer
December 4th 2011

79 Comments


Couldve tried to get a real music video for this.

Then again, i don't want to imagine what that would look like.

afghanwhigger
December 5th 2011

67 Comments


The real video included a cameo of Dave Mustaine posing as a curio cabinet. It was scrapped for legal reasons.

TheAMR66
December 5th 2011

48 Comments


This is the legacy of lou reeds and metallica
This is THE TABLE!!!!!! ..... I mean the view

KjSwantko
December 5th 2011

9277 Comments


hey, don't bash this album, it's good

Arron
December 5th 2011

57 Comments


Lou looks like a foot

WickedMystic
December 5th 2011

76 Comments


I guess Tyler, The Creator, and James Hetfield have something in common.

johnnydeking29
December 5th 2011

9012 Comments


Oh dear...

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bloc
December 5th 2011

34768 Comments


Damn, posted in wrong thread

lancebramsay
December 8th 2011

1585 Comments


while there were some sweet angles, this would only be cool if it was a live performance. then again, maybe not.

KjSwantko
December 8th 2011

9277 Comments


honestly the vid looked kinda cool. Song was vomit inducing

eleventhsun
December 8th 2011

1475 Comments


Aronofsky was like fuck it, I'm not giving you my best work if you aren't gonna give me your best work.



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