Take the titles -- "Wings on My Penis" and "U Like Boobies? The latter includes some problematic usage of the n-word by a team of white musicians, which, whether tongue-in-cheek or not, is still in poor taste.
But unlike real life, the Steenkamp character is carried out alive.
Fans of the former Olympian running star have expressed outrage at the references to the 2013 St Valentine's Day shooting in the video.
Dr Lore Hartzenberg, a psychologist who gave evidence on Pistorius' behalf during the trial attacked the band claiming they were 'a music group that will do anything to be controversial to sell their music'.
Pistorius killed his girlfriend Reva Steenkamp in the early hours of St Valentine's Day in 2013 when he shot four times through a locked bathroom door.
In this storyline track, the narrator explains the Ziggurat, a floating space station home to its very own society.
The story from this point on will focus on events happening in the Ziggurat and explaining its origins.Despite the distraction of these throwaway "skits" in the midsection, the album ends strong, with some of Die Antwoord's only (seemingly) genuine and vulnerable moments.Yo-Landi opens up on "Alien" and "Darkling," while Ninja reveals a surprisingly pretty singing voice on "Street Light." If one can make it through the slog in the middle, the ending is rewarding for those looking for a little more from the bratty pair after sticking with them for four albums of pretty much the same schtick.Sleazy South African troublemakers Die Antwoord bring their circus of bad taste and big beats back on fourth outing Mount Ninji and Da Nice Time Kid.As ever, the alley-trash duo of Ninja and Yo-Landi Vi$$er keep it crass while rapping and angel-cooing over hip-hop beats and drug-fueled rave loops. (formerly known as DJ Hi-Tek, the oft-unseen third member of the group) and the Black Goat.In the video, lead singer Ninja is equipped with Pistorius-style blades, while his partner, Yolandi Visser dons a blonde wig and locks herself behind a door.