The official video for the explicit version of the song "Naked In My Cellar" from Finnish heavy metal monsters LORDI can be seen below. The track is taken from the band's ninth studio album, "Sexorcism", which will be released on May 25 via AFM. The disc is described in a press release as "a full-on and uncensored shot of LORDI brand hard rock and roll" and "possibly [the band's] most controversial record to date."
"Sexorcism" was recorded and mixed at Finnvox studios by Mikko Karmila.
The track listing for the effort is as follows:
01. Sexorcism 02. Your Tongue's Got The Cat 03. Romeo Ate Juliet 04. Naked In My Cellar 05. The Beast Is Yet To Cum 06. Polterchrist 07. SCG9: The Documented Phenomenon 08. Slashion Model Girls 09. Rimskin Assassin 10. Hell Has Room 11. Hot & Satanned 12. Sodomesticated Animal 13. Haunting Season
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LORDI's most recent album, "Monstereophonic: Theaterror Vs. Demonarchy", was released in September 2016 via AFM. The first half of the follow-up to 2014's "Scare Force One" contained classic LORDI standalone songs while the second half was said to be "a mini-concept album."
Mr. Lordi (vocals)
Mr. Amen (guitars)
Mr. Ox (bass)
Mr. Mana (drums)
Ms. Hella (keyboards)
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