It would have been their first tour in four years.
Could Gwar be coming back down-under in 2018?
At this point it would be surprising if GWAR did something predictable.
“The doctors say I am most likely to only survive another 3 to 5 years.”
“It’s all fun and games until GWAR murders your lead singer.”
A “a blasphemous and blood-drenched 4-issue full-color comic book series,”
“The fuck was that?”
You wouldn’t exactly pair Cyndi Lauper’s perky pop with GWAR‘s raucous, heavy metal stylings but the two have collided with the American band taking on Lauper’s She Bop. The band, dressed in their usual science-fiction horror themed get-up, covered the Lauper track from 1993, clearing it of its quirky synths and replacing it with slamming
The Soundwave festival has come a long way from its humble origins as a one-day-only event on the far side of Australia. Since debuting in Perth all the way back in ’04, Soundwave has watched other music festivals come and go while it surged on to become one of the most anticipated annual music events
You read that correctly — thrash metal menaces GWAR have sacrificed a man in order to make way for a TED Talk by their own frontman, Michael “Blothar” Bishop. As seen in footage of the incident, Mr Bishop — that’s Dr Michael Bishop, actually — was just about to speak to a Richmond, Virginia crowd
Conflict has arisen with the GWAR camp, after the band today announced they are parting ways with vocalist Kim Dylla, who is known for playing the character of Vulvatron. Dylla and the shock-rock band’s guitarist, Brent Purgason, have clashed online over the announcement, with Dylla claiming she wasn’t told her Vulvatron character would be taken
Clear your spiring time schedule dear friends, and find some place comfortable to sit for hours because your favourite satirical thrash metal martians Gwar are getting into the literary game with a 350-page hardcover book titled Let There Be Gwar. Set to ship around September, Let There Be Gwar is described as “a comprehensive behind-the-scenes
Satirical thrash metal martians Gwar have responded to some pretty serious allegations levelled at them by William Brockie, father of the band’s late frontman and founding member Dave Brockie, perhaps better known as Oderus Urungus. Yesterday it was reported that William Brockie had filed a law suit claiming the band has robbed his departed son
The father of the late GWAR singer and founding member Dave Brockie, also known as Oderus Urungus, is suing the band’s remaining members, alleging that they stole Brockie’s artwork, bass guitars and even his cremated remains. Reports NBC News, the lawsuit was filed on Thursday in state circuit court in Richmond, Virginia by Dave Brockie’s
That was a close one!
For the first time since announcing plans to continue their satirical thrash metal outfit without late frontman and founding member Dave Brockie, GWAR have unveiled their new lineup which includes new female warrior and joint vocalist Vulvatron. While GWAR have not made any official announcements about Vulvatron, she appeared on stage fronting the band at
Friends and family of GWAR‘s Dave Brockie paid a very special tribute to the late frontman, who went by the stage name Oderus Urungus, in the lead-up to the 2014 GWAR-B-Q event. After paying their respects, Brockie’s loved ones set Oderus Urungus ablaze as part of a Viking funeral. Those in attendance included former Dead
GWAR have detailed their plans to continue the satirical thrash metal outfit without late frontman and founding member Dave Brockie. The news comes after a representative for the band confirmed that some form of GWAR would make an appearance during the upcoming Riot Fest in Chicago. Speaking to Metal Insider, GWAR drummer Brad Roberts, who