Nine Inch Nails have just unleashed the video for ‘Came Back Haunted,’ directed by David Lynch, and it comes with its own warning message -- just a hint of what the next four minutes had in store for the senses.

Before watching the frenetic imagery of the video, music fans were advised that, “This video has been identified to potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy,” and that, “Viewer Discretion is Advised.” The seizures may not be the only discretion needed when watching the video though, as the disturbingly, sinister imagery plays out over the dark tone of the song.

Shaky head shots of Reznor singing the lyrics throughout the clip are intertwined with a nightmare-inducing, floating head - not of the human variety. The rest of the video is pure speculation so don’t take our word for it, watch the video for yourself above and draw your own conclusions.

‘Came Back Haunted’ is the first single off NIN's upcoming album, ‘Hesitation Marks,’ due Sept. 3.