Nine Inch Nails 'Came Back Haunted' video by David Lynch may cause seizures

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Nine Inch Nails fans were elated with the release of a new song. Now, "Came Back Haunted" has a music video to match. What's more, it's directed by noted filmmaker David Lynch. As with most things Lynch touches, the video is a bit of an oddity. However, it might also be a danger to your health.

At the beginning of the clip there's a warning: "This video has been identified to potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy. Viewer discretion is advised."

That's right, the new video could trigger a seizure. How, you ask? The video is black and white, with little splashes of colors, and features near constant flickering of images which really does a number on your eyes.

This isn't the first time Lynch has worked with Nine Inch Nail front man Trent Reznor. Lynch's 1997 film "Lost Highway" features a new song from the band that came about after the two discussed collaborating together.

"Came Back Haunted" is the first single from the band's new album, "Hesitation Marks," which is due in stores September 3. Take a look at the video below, but heed the seizure warning that comes with it.

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