With a band as notorious as Die Antwoord, it was obvious we were going to be adding a Die Antwoord playlist at some point.
It's back to the world of Apocalyptic Snuff Pop this time in the music box, with a banned video of 'Two Girls and a Goat'.
We're going to sample the delights of KPop JPop and an EPop track this time in the Music Box, but what do the abbreviations mean?
Versions of One features three videos - all of whom are playing renditions of 'One' by the band Metallica.
So it's back into the clutches of Maria Brink, as we bring you this 'In This Moment Playlist' from YouTube for our Christmas Special.
It's back to the dystopian state of Gilead for this Music Box post, titled 'This Womans Work' as a homage to the wonderful scriptwriting and soundtrack.
We only found this video a couple of weeks back, and we thought the 'Dirty Princess Tour' would make a great Music Box post for Christmas.
We're introducing you to the Butcher Babies this time in the Music Box, performing 'Headspin' from their latest album 'Lilith'.
We go into the deep, dark world of apocalyptic folk music and snuff movies with Menage à Trois from Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio in the Music Box.
Something a little different this time in the Music Box, as rather than showing a full video, we're showing Cloudbusting from The Handmaids Tale.
We've got a couple of Heavy Metal Covers this time for you in the Music Box, both of which were found completely by virtue of a happy accident.
A devastatingly wonderful piece of NSFW video this time in the Music Box c/o Hoops by William Belli, which shows girls can have just as much fun as boys!
This time in the Music Box, we have a great song by EarAbuse which we've had to embed from Vimeo as YouTube are deleting it as fast as it can be uploaded!
We've got another blast of electronica for you this time in the Music Box from a band called 'Make the Girl Dance' playing Baby Baby Baby.
Well we did promise you this a while back, and so for Christmas we'd like to present you with Rockbitch - the Full Concert!
Dirty Princess are an electro-disco-punk band from Madrid - or at least they were until their break-up in 2015 through 'personal differences'.