PAIN Featuring Hypocrisy’s Peter Tägtgren Issues New Lyric Video For “Designed To Piss You Off;” Band To Kick Off European Tour


Coming Home is the latest studio output from Swedish metallers PAIN, led by multi-instrumentalist and producer Peter Tägtgren (Hypocrisy, Lindemann). The record was released last month via Nuclear Blast. This week, the band is pleased to unleash a brand new lyric video for the track “Designed To Piss You Off,” viewable below.

You can also feast your eyes on the visual accompaniment to “A Wannabe,” three track-by-track video trailers, the band’s “Call Me” video clip featuring Sabaton’s Joakim Brodèn, the lyric video for “Black Knight Satellite,” and three additional album trailers.

Order Coming Home via the Nuclear Blast web shop HERE, iTunes HERE or Amazon HERE.

The band’s latest video clip comes in conjunction with their impending European headlining tour. Set to commence October 13th and run through November 25th, support will be provided by The Vision Bleak, Dynazty, and Billion Dollar Babies. See confirmed dates and watch the tour trailer below.


PAIN w/ The Vision Bleak, Dynazty, Billion Dollar Babies:
10/13/2016 Astra – Berlin, DE
10/14/2016 Posthalle – Wuerzburg, DE
10/15/2016 Hellraiser – Leipzig, DE
10/17/2016 Vienna – Szene, Vienna, AT
10/19/2016 Rockfabrik – Ludwigsbur, DE
10/20/2016 Backstage – Munich, DE
10/21/2016 Les Docks – Lausanne, CH
10/22/2016 Vaudeville – Lindau, DE
10/23/2016 Turock – Essen, DE
10/24/2016 Underworld (New) – London, UK
10/25/2016 Salde Rooms – Wolverhampton, UK
10/26/2016 The Fleece – Bristol, UK
10/27/2016 Petit Bain – Paris, FR
10/28/2016 Razzmatazz 2 – Barcelona, ES
10/29/2016 Changó – Madrid, ES
10/30/2016 RCA Club – Lisbon, PT
11/01/2016 Stage Live – Bilbao, ES
11/02/2016 Jas Rod – Marseille, FR
11/03/2016 Ninkasi Kao – Lyon, FR
11/04/2016 Nancy On Rock Festival – Nancy, FR *
11/05/2016 Music Hall – Markneukirchen, DE
11/07/2016 013 – Tilburg, NL
11/08/2016 Trix – Antwerp, BE
11/09/2016 Klubsen – Hamburg, DE
11/10/2016 Aalborg Metal Fest – Aalborg, DE
11/11/2016 Brewhouse – Gothenburg, SE
11/12/2016 Debaser – Stockholm, SE
11/17/2016 Henry’s – Kuopio, FI*
11/18/2016 Hevimesta – Oulu, FI*
11/19/2016 Nosturi – Helsinki, FI *
11/24/2016 Klubi – Tampere, FI*
11/25/2016 Lutakko – Jyväskylä , FI*
*without support

When Peter Tägtgren is ascending from the depths of his legendary Abyss Studio to take the microphone, a little musical revolution is inevitable. Because what else would you expect from Hypocrisy’s death metal veteran, who not only plays industrial metal with PAIN, but is considered to be one of the most influential producers in the metal scene (Dimmu Borgir, Children Of Bodom, Sabaton etc.), and recently launched his controversial project Lindemann in partnership with Rammstein’s frontman Till Lindemann.

Since the beginning of his career in the early ’90s, Tägtgren has enjoyed diving into the extreme and has grown to be an untamable force. But this is exactly what makes him so fascinating. Taboos, creative stagnation, or genre boundaries have never existed in the world of the forty-six-year-old mastermind. And, of course, Peter Tägtgren wandered the same unexplored paths when the time came to forge Coming Home, the eighth studio release of the industrial institution PAIN.

“…the most thrilling album in PAIN‘s discography!” – Metal Hammer Germany

“A powerful, triumphant record, like a masterful ride out of the darkness to the dawn of victory!” – Rock Hard

“Coming Home is a great mix of an ambient atmospheric symphony peppered with electronic melodies, delivering a sound that is immensely powerful and catchy as hell…” – Metal Wani

“…simply excellent, and deserves attention.” – Bloody Good Music

“Coming Home is the ultimate highlight of PAIN‘s brilliant discography!” – EMP

“…the album plays in a class of its own…For PAIN apostles, Coming Home is highly recommended, and those who never checked this band out, should risk an ear to one of the most outstanding, possibly extraterrestrial himself, Mr. Peter Tägtgren.” – CrypticRock

“Coming Home is the most experimental album PAIN have produced but …it is also the most inspired one. There are lots of things to discover; sing-along, headbang, and have a couple of smiles/laughs listening to Peter‘s lyrics full of caustic humor.” – Metal Kaoz