“Black Hole Sun,” by Soundgarden and directed by Howard Greenhalgh, features surreal and disturbing imagery that depicts a dark and dystopian world. The video is set in a suburban neighborhood, with the band performing in a garden filled with distorted and grotesque versions of everyday objects. The video features unsettling scenes of people’s faces melting and contorting, and an elderly woman who smiles before revealing a mouth full of razor-sharp teeth. The video’s strange and nightmarish visuals contrast with the song’s upbeat melody and catchy chorus, adding to the unsettling and eerie atmosphere. The video is a commentary on the media’s obsession with celebrity and the dark side of modern society, with the black hole sun representing the destructive power of fame and the media.