Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider, his son Cody Blue Snider and NY Ink Tattoo artist Megan Massacre all combined resources to create the third video for the provocative metalcore band Motionless in White.

Cody Blue directed the clip, 'Immaculate Misconception,' which includes a scene of Dee Snider dressed as a Roman gladiator, whipping Motionless in white singer Chris Motionless, who is dressed as Jesus. During the course of the video, Motionless is victimized for being a rock star by protesters who place a crown of thorns upon his head. The singer is then dragged through the streets before being graphically crucified.

"We wanted to make a real visual impact, and turn the hypocrisy of religion on its head," Motionless said. "Let's just say this video might win awards, or make people f**king sick... in the best way possible."

In an interview with AOL Noisecreep, Dee Snider said, "Bands like Motionless in White deal with the same misjudgment and ignorance that Twisted Sister dealt with when we were first starting out. In its own way, 'Immaculate Misconception' is the 'We're Not Gonna Take It' for its generation. It's an amazing song of defiance, rebellion and belief in one's own self worth."

'Immaculate Misconception' is Motionless in White's third controversial video from their album 'Creatures.' The others are 'Creatures' and 'Abigail.'

Watch the Motionless in White 'Immaculate Misconception' Video