Blöthar The Berserker Thinks GWAR’s New Album Is Similar To Their ’90s Material

During a recent appearance on Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn’s “No Fuckin’ Regrets With Robb Flynn” podcast, GWAR’s Blöthar The Berserker discussed the band’s new album “The New Dark Ages” (out June 3). The singer says he believes the effort is similar to the group’s ’90s material.

Blöthar said the following about the record:

“This one has a lot of variety on it that actually I think is more like the records we did in the ’90s, in the early ’90s. Partly that’s because I’m playing bass on it, so it’s just got a different sound. The songs are… I think it’s just maybe a little more punk than the last record. It’s fun. I love it.”

He also revealed that the band may record a country EP to coincide with the release of the album’s companion graphic novel “GWAR In The Duoverse Of Absurdity”:

“That [alternate universe] GWAR is a country band. So I’ve been like, thinking about… I’m working on some country tunes just to have. I think it would be funny to do an EP of GWAR doing some country songs. I don’t know what it’s gonna be like, but it’s been fun to mess around with and think about.”

[via Metal Injection]

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