The intergalactic space warrior Scumdogs GWAR are back with a new album after a three-year drought. The last two years have been some of the most troubling throughout the band’s history with the passing of lead guitarist Flattus Maximus (Cory Smoot) in 2011 from a heart attack, which stemmed from a pre-ex
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GWAR's highly anticipated new album 'Battle Maximus' is drawing near! This album marks the debut of new guitarist Pustulus Maximus, who has taken up the axe in place of the fallen Scumdog, Flattus Maximus (Corey Smoot). They've already released 'Madness at the Core of Time' and now have deemed us worthy of hearing another new jam called 'Bloodbath' steaming at Noisey. Somehow, it took the band that literally kills everyone over 25 years to pen a song with that title.
Bestial overlords GWAR return with their latest slab of devastation, 'Battle Maximus.' Set to be released Sept. 17 via Metal Blade Records, it's the band's first album since the 2011 death of guitarist Cory Smoot, a/k/a Flattus Maximus. You can listen to the song 'Madness at the Core of Time' below.
Intergalactic vocalist Oderus Urungus loves to push the limit with his character. The GWAR front-thing enjoys killing celebrities and other public figures onstage, prominently waving around his giant 'cuttlefish' and brutally lashing out at whoever he pleases with no filter whatsoever. In the alien's latest rant, Oderus took aim at As I Lay Dying singer Tim Lambesis.