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.
Outer space metal act GWAR has just puked up more details concerning the fourth annual GWAR-B-Q. The 2013 edition of the GWAR-B-Q festivities has just doubled in size when it comes to bands and the intergalactic group have authorized a special commercial featuring an evil Slave Pit puppet to promote the event.
Intergalactic metal legends GWAR will once again defrost themselves from their Antarctic lair to play their annual GWAR-B-Q on Aug. 17. The fourth edition of GWAR's annual meet-and-eat may sport the event's best lineup to date, featuring Corrosion of Conformity, Municipal Waste, Pig Destroyer, Cannabis Corpse, Loincloth, and of course, GWAR!
Intergalactic metal mongers GWAR are holding a mouthwatering event to kick off the latest leg of their 'Fate or Chaos' tour. Along with celebrating the great mass of death the act are certain to spread, GWAR will also use their 'Meat and Meet' to premiere their 'GWAR-B-Q' sauce, concocted by the hands of guitarist Balsac, the Jaws of Death.
The metal community lost an essential piece of its foundation in the early morning of Dec. 23 with the death of Ministry / Rigor Mortis / Revolting Cocks guitarist Mike Scaccia. While demonstrating his shredding abilities with Rigor Mortis to celebrate the 50th birthday of vocalist Bruce Corbitt, Scaccia collapsed onstage from a heart attack, later being pronounced dead at a Dallas hospital. Perhaps needing some time to collect his thoughts, GWAR singer Dave 'Oderus Urungus' Brockie has just written a long tribute to his fallen friend.