Once again teaming up with director Wayne Isham, Metallica premiered the music video for St. Anger's second single, "Frantic," on Aug. 15, 2003. Like the song, the video moves fast and definitely conveys a sense of franticness.

Watch Metallica's Official Music Video For "Frantic"

Filmed in Montreal, Canada, "Frantic" follows the story of a man who is involved in an intense car crash. At the point of his accident—flying through an RV at an intersection—he looks back at his life and the way he lived it. The song follows the theme of the lyrics: "My lifestyle determines my deathstyle."

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"Frantic" peaked at No. 21 on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. In the documentary Some Kind of Monster, when discussing the title of the album, drummer Lars Ulrich was passionate about using "Frantic" as the title. Eventually, everyone agreed St. Anger was a better name.

Watch Metallica Perform "Frantic" Live in San Francisco

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Metallica: Some Kind of Monster made its debut Jan. 24, 2004, at the Sundance Film Festival. Today, it holds an impressive 89 percent rating with critics 83 percent rating with fans on Rotten Tomatoes. The documentary puts Metallica in a never-before-seen light as the band members opened themselves up in incredibly vulnerable ways. With each viewing, there are still new things fans—hardcore and new fans alike—can learn about one of the biggest bands in the history of rock 'n' roll.

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