“Depression’s such a lonely business
Why can’t we get divorced for Christmas?”

It’s not that we have never seen any holiday-gone-wrong music videos about Christmas, but the new creation by blink-182 ‘Not Another Christmas Song’ is erm… seriously a no-no video for kids and can horrify even adults.

You must dislike this celebration a lo-o-ot to come up with something as disturbing as these clay visuals. Your first thought is likely to be: “Well, it’s only clay, right? How disturbing can it be?” However, the festive clip you’re about to witness is beyond all evil imagination.

If you dare, watch the mindblowing video below:

blink-182 have never been big fans of Christmas, it seems. Before ‘Not Another Christmas Song’, wrecking and smashing everything around in the North Pole, there was 2001′ track ‘I Won’t Be Home for Christmas’. The single got re-released two years later in a holiday compilation A Santa Cause: It’s a Punk Rock Christmas.

Then Travis Barker teased a Christmas song, which landed on the record The Goldfinger Christmas EP. The collection of holiday classics included covers for ‘Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town’ and ‘Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer’. You have a chance to listen to the EP right here:

The Christmas-themed tracks featured the vocals of Goldfinger singer John Feldmann and the drum parts of blink-182’s Travis Barker.

As for the premiere of ‘Not Another Christmas Song’, blink-182 guys announced it on Twitter with the picture of the track’s cover art. Bloody art, to be precise…

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The lyrics for the new track reflect the anti-Christmas mood of the video pretty well, and include such depressive lines as:

Why can't we get divorced for Christmas?
'Cause it just isn't the same
I miss the nights that we got twisted
I miss f--king in the rain
And now you're always angry
And I'm always saying I'm sorry
Depression's such a lonely business
Why can't we get divorced for Christmas?

‘Not Another Christmas Song’ can be now streamed here.

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