Lindemann, the new project from Rammstein lead singer Till Lindemann and Peter Tägtgren of the Swedish metal band Hypocrisy and industrial rockers Pain, have released a gruesome and disturbing video for their debut single “Praise Abort.” The Zoran Bihan-directed clip is NSFW and features simulated masturbation, sex, urinating pigs and a lot more stomach turning imagery. Watch the video in the player above, if you dare.

“Praise Abort” starts out with Lindemann speaking about how he likes unprotected sex and how every time he does the deed he hears babies cry. Quite disturbing, but that is just scratching the surface. In the chorus Lindemann belts out the troubling lyrics: “I hate my life and I hate you  / I hate my wife and her boyfriend too / I hate to hate and I hate that /  I hate my life so very bad / I hate my kids and never thought that I Praise Abort.”

The song itself features Lindemann signature vocals along with industrial overtones with super heavy guitar work. At the end of the track, the song is reprised in a jazz style with a clean guitar playing the chorus vocal melody along with drums and bass. Surely with song titles like “Golden Shower” and “Fat,” Lindemann’s debut album Skills in Pills will not disappoint those looking for some disturbing content. Fans can download “Praise Abort” here.

Lindemann will release their highly anticipated debut album Skills In Pills on June 23 via Warner Bros. Records in the U.S., following an overseas release on June 19. The album is available for pre-order now via iTunes and the Warner Music store. It will be available as a standard CD, a Special Edition with a bonus track titled “That’s My Heart,” a 12” vinyl with 28-page booklet, a CD and album download and in a Super Deluxe version featuring an 80-page coffee table book and CD with a bonus track. For the complete track listing of Skills in Pills, click here.

Lindemann shared the story of how he and Peter Tägtgren connected to create the project. "One evening [in Sweden], our keyboard player and I went out to a biker bar with some girls,” says Lindemann.  “One of the bikers there was the ex-boyfriend of one of those girls and wanted to kick my ass. He had a lot of friends with him, so we thought we were doomed – but then who should walk into the bar but Peter Tägtgren? He told them that we were cool guys, and not to beat the s**t out of us...” Then the two gathered to write a song and soon Lindemann was born.

Peter Tägtgren, the man behind both Hypocrisy and Pain, is also a well-respected and highly-acclaimed metal producer. He has worked with Children of BodomCradle of Filth and more.

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