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Gwar Frontman Lashes Out At Media And Blythe Haters “Eat A Bowl Of Dick”

Written by Mike Hohnen on July 3, 2012

GWAR frontman and self-described Undying chaos-demon, Lord and Master of Earth Oderus Urungus has lashed out at the appalling lack of support from US Media for embattled Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe.

Taking to Twitter, Urungus is infuriated by the lack of coverage, mainly in the States, over the manslaughter related charges Blythe faces. Pointing out that had it have been a pop sensation, publications would be up in arms and the American consulate would stop at nothing to get them free.

Both frontmen are from Virginia, RA and have also toured together. If there’s anything we’ve learnt from Slipknot, it’s that just because someone wears a mask, doesn’t mean opinions aren’t highly valid.

Urungus believes the whole thing stinks of a shakedown, and music people should be doing more to get to the bottom of what really happened.

The rant continues on his Twitter page even still with many people joining in in support. Could this be a show trial?: the end result of promoters, booking agents, and venue operators passing the blame until it landed at the feed of the band? Or did Blythe really, really mess up?

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