"Kinderfeld" is the eleventh track on the 1996 release Antichrist Superstar. Its lyrics were inspired by Manson's discovery as a child that his grandfather would masturbate in his basement while his toy train set would be running ("When he turns the trains on he unties all of the strings").
In the album booklet, the lyrics are strangely indented, while all other songs lyrics are typed in a typical fashion.
The Jack mentioned in "Kinderfeld" refers to Manson's grandfather, Jack Warner.
The lyrics "This is what you should fear/You are what you should fear" also appear in "Astonishing Panorama of the Endtimes".
It is one of the few songs to be written in and recorded using the Eb Standard guitar tuning.
During live performances, Manson plays a pan flute.
The song features a passage containing the same lyrics as heard in "Wormboy": "then I got my wings and I never knew it/when I was the worm, thought I wouldn't get through it..."
Chris Vrenna played live drums on "Kinderfeld".
The title "Kinderfeld" likely refers to the American Kinderfeld in Frankfurt, a cemetery where many stillborn infants were buried.
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