Intergalactic metal overlords GWAR have just announced their 5th annual GWAR-B-Q! The yearly fest of metal music mixed with the gluttonous consumption of flesh will be held on Aug. 16 at Hadad's Water Park in Richmond, Va.
GWAR have been purveyors of intergalactic metal since 1985, but contrary to popular belief, the members of GWAR are actually humanoid begins in alien costumes. The costumes do come off, but it's not as easy as you think to secure a photo of various GWAR members uncovered.
When GWAR come to town, metal fans trade their black t-shirts for white ones in hopes to be drenched in the bloodbath that is a GWAR show. The Scum Dogs themselves took New York City by storm over the weekend at Irving Plaza. Battlecross and Iron Reagan served as stellar support to kick off the night of pure mayhem.
We're back with yet another eye-opening edition of 'Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?' We've never really done this with an intergalactic metal warmonger before, so we took the opportunity to explore Oderus Urungus' Wikipedia page and asked the GWAR front-thing to set the record straight.
GWAR front-thing and resident master of the universe Oderus Urungus recently dropped by for a friendly chat! Among the topics at hand were GWAR's 13th album, 'Battle Maximus,' the era of new guitarist Pustulus Maximus, creating their own signature brand of beer, Miley Cyrus + more.
Has animation turned GWAR's Oderus Urungus soft? That's the basis behind a new 'Funny or Die' "GWARtoon" created by animators Myke Chillian and Tommy Meehan that has just surfaced via the comedy website.
Parents are becoming lazier and lazier. We don't really blame you, as binge-watching a marathon of 'The Walking Dead' is much more satisfying than putting your screaming little infant to bed. In fact, we want to help. That's why we recruited GWAR front-thing Oderus Urungus to help put your kids to sleep with a very NSFW rendition of 'Goodnight Moon.'
GWAR are slowly becoming the masters of purposely covering songs that they hate. A year after the band were challenged to perform Kansas' 'Carry on Wayward Son,' GWAR once again travelled into music's past with a metal rendition of Billy Ocean's 'Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car.'
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