GWAR Announce October Drive-In Show

GWAR will be playing a drive-in show at the Diamond Drive In in Richmond, VA on October 10. Tickets for that event are available HERE. Blothar The Berserker commented:

“Denizens of Richmond, Virginia! Americans do everything in their cars, and now that will include watching the greatest rock and roll horror show on this or any other planet! Truly, what is October without a global pandemic and the chance to watch GWAR from the comfort of your shitty old hoopty?! Grab a hotdog, slather it in chili, and shove it down your throat as we bring you the pinnacle of entertainment, the ultimate creature feature, live and writhing…all over your windshield!”

GWAR Share Video For Remixed/Remastered Version Of “Cool Place To Park”

GWAR have shared a new video for a remixed/remastered version of “Cool Place To Park.” This version of the track is from the 30th anniversary edition of “Scumdogs Of The Universe,“ which will be released on October 30.

GWAR Planning Drive-In Concert, Acoustic EP, Etc.

During a recent interview with Revolver, Blothar The Berserker offered an update on GWAR’s current plans. According to him, the group are planning a drive-in concert, a livestream event, an acoustic EP, and more.

Blothar said the following:

“We’re going to have a lot of stuff going on. I’m not going to get specific dates because then we would actually have to do the work, and we don’t want to do that.

So in the future, vaguely, I can say that, yes, GWAR will be doing a live drive-in performance at some point where people can drive up their cars and watch the band — the greatest band in rock & roll history — perform. We’re also going to do a livestream GWAR event. At some point, we’re working on a new comic book.

We’ve got a bunch of new products coming out. Most of them are intoxicants, exploiting human vices in one way or the other. Our own line of sex toys, which may be released.

We’ve got a lot of stuff going on, let me tell ya. At some point, we’re going to have to record an album, which we hope will be out towards the end of next year. In the meantime, we have an acoustic EP that we’re working on and trying to get that out the door.”

Student Dresses As GWAR’s Oderus Urungus To Pick Up His Grades

Lani Hernandez-David, an 18-year-old student in London, decided to pick up his grades in a hand-crafted costume based on late GWAR frontman Oderus Urungus. You can find some photos and footage of that in the below Instagram slideshow. You can also find some of Hernandez-David’s other creations, including Slipknot masks, HERE.

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So today I dressed in my home made Oderus Urungus to pick up my A-level school results. I got a B in design technology and a D in art… oh well. All I’d like to say is that you don’t need the highest grades and you don’t need to go to Hollywood to be able to create cool shit. Anyways, this has been a fun project. Let’s try see if we can get an article made about this! Thanks for all the lovely support. Not for sale, will not make any for sale. If you want to buy an Official Oderus piece (or other GWAR pieces for that matter) message @maggotgrace or @sawborg_destructo . @gwar #oderus #sawborgdestructo #oderusurungus #balsac #flattusmaximus #pustulusmaximus #jizmakdagusha #beefcakethemighty #gwarmedallion #scumdogs #scumdogia #sickofyou #antartica #costume #mask #skull #bobgorman #sexecutioner #slymenstrahymen #bohabforlife #loudwire

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GWAR To Launch New Variety Show “Undead From Antarctica”

GWAR have announce that they will be launching a new monthly variety show, titled “Undead From Antarctica,” on August 16. The first episode will feature a chat with Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale and more.

Th following description of episode one was shared in a press release:

“This is the show you’ve been hoping for ever since you went down the rabbit hole of ‘Phallus In Wonderland‘ so many years ago. You will be tortured by 30 minutes packed full of the sick and twisted entertainment you’ve come to expect from your lords and masters. In this episode you’ll get an in depth lessons on the History of GWAR, pound booze with JiZMak, witness an intimate conversion between Pustulus and Lzzy Hale of Halestorm, find your only real source for Fake News and if you are insanely lucky, you might be named as one of the Bohabs of the Week! And, oh yeah, did we forget to mention, we’ve got the X-COPS!!”

Balsac The Jaws Of Death also added the following about the show:

“It’s like Saturday Night Live, except it’s not on Saturday, it’s on Sunday., And it’s not live, it’s undead, And it’s not on TV, it’s on your computer or phone. And…it’s funny.”

Each episode will air on YouTube every second Sunday of the month and they will be followed by an “Undead Live!” livecast. You can find a trailer below:

GWAR To Release 30th Anniversary Edition Of “Scumdogs Of The Universe”, Team Up With Creature For New Skate Decks

GWAR will be releasing a 30th anniversary edition “Scumdogs Of The Universe” on October 30. The effort can be pre-ordered HERE in various formats including a limited edition box set. A live video for “Maggots” from the record can also be found below. In other news, the band have also teamed up with Creature Skateboards to create four new skate decks. You can find those in local skate shops.

GWAR Team Up With In De Goot Entertainment

GWAR have signed a worldwide management deal with In De Goot Entertainment. The deal will help the band continue their “never-ending mission to destroy the music industry from the inside.”

In De Goot Entertainment founder Bill McGathy commented:

“You can’t talk about outrageous live performances and career longevity in the heavy metal world without talking about this legendary band. As human scum, we are excited to dive right in, and grateful to have been accepted into the ferociously ingenious world of GWAR!”

GWAR’s Blothar The Berserker added:

“We’re gonna be rich! Filthy fucking rich, I tell you. Imagine all the rolls of toilet paper and hand sanitizer I can buy…

In De Goot will help us in our never-ending mission to destroy the music industry from the inside. We will bring this den of iniquity to its knees.”

[via Blabbermouth]

GWAR’s Blothar Says Oderus Urungus Wouldn’t Have Wanted His Statue In A “Row Of Losers”

As previously reported, a petition to replace the Robert E. Lee statue in Richmond, Virginia with a statue of late GWAR frontman Oderus Urungus recently received over 50,000 signatures. However, Blothar The Berserker has since commented on the campaign saying that Oderus wouldn’t have wanted his statue in a “row of losers.”

Blothar told Consequence Of Sound the following:

“I don’t think that Oderus should replace Robert E. Lee on that statue in Richmond. For one thing, he’d be in some really shitty company. It’s just a parade of douchebags.”

He continued:

“Why would Oderus want to be in that row of losers? Even if they pulled them all down, Monument Avenue still has the reputation of being the place where losers [are honored with statues]. What kind of a county allows the losers of a war to erect a bunch of monuments and statues to themselves?”

He also added:

“I think they should just explode the entire damn monument. Make it a big smoldering hole in the ground.”

Blothar went on to say that he would like to see “statues of Oderus everywhere” but not on Monument Avenue.

Petition To Replace Robert E. Lee Statue With Late GWAR Frontman Oderus Urungus Gets Over 50,000 Signatures

Earlier this month, a petition was launched to replace the Robert E. Lee statue in Richmond, Virginia with a statue of late GWAR frontman Oderus Urungus. Impressively, the campaign has since gone on to receive over 50,000 signatures.

The following message was shared with the petition:

“Robert E. Lee is a failed war general that supported a racist cause. For too long, the city of Richmond has been displaying statues of him and other loser civil war veterans.

We the scumdogs of the universe call on the city of Richmond to erect a statue of great local leader Oderus Urungus in its place. While Oderus comes from the planet Scumdogia, he called Richmond his home, working with the local art community and employing local artists and ladies of the night.

After you sign, donate to the Richmond COVID-19 Arts and Culture Relief Fund at this below URL (please note the donation prompt after you sign will just go to marketing – so do not donate there, donate at the link below)