Check Out Autoerotique’s Provocative Music Video For ‘Asphyxiation’ (Video)

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Today we have the pleasure of sharing with you Toronto duo Autoerotique‘s provocative video for “Asphyxiation,” directed by Amos LeBlanc.

The not safe for work video for “Asphyxiation” is Autoerotique’s first music video since 2011′s infectious “Turn Up The Volume,” and surely makes for a visually pleasing follow-up.

Check out the video below. Just make sure your boss isn’t watching!

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