GWAR Biography

GWAR Biography on Monsters and Critics

Summary

"GWAR" is a satirical thrash metal and shock rock band formed in 1985. The band is best known for their elaborate sci-fi/horror film inspired costumes; raunchy, obscene, politically incorrect lyrics; and graphic stage performances, which consist of humorous re-enactments of political and moral taboo themes. The band occasionally also performs fire dancing.

Their costumes are generally made of foam latex, styrofoam, and hardened rubber. It should be noted that the costumes cover very little, with the rest of their bodies accentuated with makeup. They further their production in concert by spraying their audiences with imitation fluids. Most of the fluids are made of water and powdered food coloring which, for the most part, flakes off or washes out easily. The thicker fluids are made from a clear seaweed extract called carrageenan which is also used in ice cream and milkshakes. GWAR does not use syrups or stage blood due to the fact that they dry solid, wrecking their costumes. In concert, GWAR has been known occasionally to perform their encore without costumes.

Another trademark of GWAR's live show is their lampooning of celebrities and figures in current events. Victims of GWAR's antics have included O.J. Simpson, John Kerry, George W. Bush (as well as every other President since Ronald Reagan), Jerry Garcia, Osama Bin Laden, Michael Jackson, Al Gore, Paris Hilton, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Adolf Hitler, and many others. The band also makes frequent references to political and historical figures, fantasy literature, and mythology. For instance, the song 'Whargoul' makes reference to Minas Morgul as well as the eternal warrior of "Michael Moorcock", GWAR also has many references to "Lovecraft" themes (Antarctica, Yig, Giant Penguins, Fleshy Insanities, etc.) as well as "Warhammer 40,000" (Plasma Cannons, Plague Infection, Barges, "Slaanesh" Chaos Champions obsessed with pleasure and violence). In addition, the title of their fifth album "RagNaRok" comes from Norse mythology.

Musical style

Originally, the group's musical style was largely influenced by punk rock and the band composed short, simple songs, which would evolve over the years into heavily hardcore-influenced crossover thrash, with GWAR's musical experimentation becoming present in Scumdogs of the Universe, America Must Be Destroyed and This Toilet Earth. Later, this experimental sound would partially eclipse their heavy metal style and GWAR would become a chaotic blend of genres that would be most noticeable on RagNaRok and Carnival of Chaos (the latter showcasing the most variety in musical styles of any point in GWAR's career). 1999's We Kill Everything would present a similar sound, but based largely on GWAR's Hell-O-era sound, resulting in an album that the band dismisses as their worst. Indeed, the band's rejection of We Kill Everything would drive them to return to their thrash metal sound with Violence Has Arrived, which would later evolve into a highly technical form of thrash, present in War Party and Beyond Hell.

Biography

1984-1989

The band was the result of two separate projects that eventually combined into one. Dave Brockie was the vocalist for a punk band named Death Piggy, that often staged mini-plays and used crude props to punctuate their often ridiculous music. Death Piggy would occasionally practice in a room at the Richmond Dairy, a deserted bottling plant that had been taken over by hippies. The hippies would rent out interior areas to various artists and musicians. It was at the Richmond Dairy that Death Piggy would meet Hunter Jackson and Chuck Varga, both attendees of Virginia Commonwealth University who had set up 'The Slave Pit', a production space for "Scumdogs of the Universe", a movie they intended to make. A friendship was forged, and Jackson would create props for Death Piggy to use on stage. On occasion, Death Piggy would wear costumes Jackson and Varga had created for their movie in order to open up for themselves under the name 'GWAARGGGH!!!', eventually shortened to GWAR. GWAR would end up eclipsing and later absorbing Death Piggy.

The first known line-up for GWAR consisted of Ben Eubank (vocals), Dave Brockie (guitar), Steve Douglas (guitar), Chris Bopst (bass guitar), Sean Sumner (Drums) and Hunter Jackson. However, this line-up would be short lived and suffer multiple changes in the following months, with Ben Eubanks quitting and being replaced by Joe Annaruma, who would also quit and be replaced by guitarist Dave Brockie as the band's vocalist (See line-up for more information). The band eventually somewhat solidified into a line-up consisting of

Hunter Jackson, Don Drakulich (Alias Sleazy P. Martini), Chuck Varga, Mike Bonner, Scott Krahl, Dave Musel and Dave Brockie (Alias Oderus Urungus, no longer GWAR's guitarist, but permanent vocalist), with Heather Broome (The Temptress) joining later that year and Colette Miller (GWAR Woman) joining in 1986 . Heather Broome would quit in 1986 and Dewey Rowell (Flattus Maximus), Michael Bishop (Beefcake the Mighty) and Rob Mosby (Nippleus Erectus) would be recruited in 1987 along with Steve Douglas (Balsac the Jaws of Death) who rejoined the band after having left early in its history, Lisa Harrelson would become the 'GWAR woman' after Colette Miller left sometime this year. It's this line-up with which the band's debut, Hell-O, a crossover heavy metal/punk rock album, was released in 1988 under Shimmy Disc Records; the original production was very poor, and it is believed that the album was recorded in just one weekend.

The band would start touring in support of the album, with Steve Douglas leaving that same year, later to form the alternative band Log, and being replaced by current rhythm guitarist, Michael Derks, who took over Douglas' alias as Balsac the Jaws of Death.

However, the band's line-up would undergo further changes before 1990, with Rob Mosby leaving in 1989 and being replaced by Pete Luchter, who would also quit to be replaced temporarily by Jim Thompson, who had been in the band previous to the release of Hell-O. Thompson however, would also quit and be finally replaced by the current GWAR drummer, Brad Roberts, alias Jizmak Da Gusha.

1990-1994

With GWAR's line-up somewhat solidified, the band would set up to record what has become known by many as their greatest album, "Scumdogs of the Universe". The album met a moderately large mainstream success and would mark the start of a career under the Metal Blade Records record label. The band would tour extensively in support for this album, releasing the Live from Antarctica VHS tape in July, 1990, containing, amongst other things, the band's first music video for the song 'Sick of You'.

"Scumdogs of the Universe" was originally released through the U.K. label Master before being picked up by Metal Blade in 1991. In the group's hunt for a larger label, they auditioned for Relativity records, one of the bigger indie metal labels. The group killed their audition when they showed up in costume and Danielle Stampe let loose a blood capsule from her cod piece onto one of the office chairs, simulating menstruation.

The band suffered further line-up changes during this period, with Dewey Rowell leaving the band in 1991 and not being replaced until 1992 by Pete Lee, after the recording of America Must Be Destroyed.

However, this success would not be met without controversy. During this period, GWAR was banned in North Carolina because Brockie was wearing his 'Cuttlefish of Cthulhu' prosthetic penis, which led to his arrest; this incident was the inspiration for GWAR's third album, "America Must Be Destroyed", released in 1992 . The album was accompanied by the movie "Phallus in Wonderland", which documented the main concept and contained music videos for the album. This movie would be nominated for a Grammy Award in 1993 , the year during which Mike Bishop would also leave the band, after the recording of This Toilet Earth, being replaced by Casey Orr, from the band Rigor Mortis.

This Toilet Earth was released on 1994, meeting moderate success and with the videos for Saddam a Go-Go and Jack the World being aired on Beavis and Butthead; however, this would also mark the beginning of the band straying from their trademark sound, as the album contained heavily experimental songs instead of the more focused heavy metal of the previous two albums.

1995-2000

Through the last few years, GWAR had managed to build a cult fanbase; however, their mainstream success would start to slowly wane; this, accompanied by multiple line-up changes, would cause the band to fade into the underground. GWAR would then enter a period that is considered a 'low point' by members of the band (Especially Dave Brockie), and would start experimenting with obscure genres of music even more than before.

It's under these circumstances that they would release RagNaRok in 1995 , an album characterized by a particularly unique sound, including the use of keyboards, something largely unseen before by the band, as well as a much larger use of secondary vocalists. The record is considered to have been largely unnoticed after the success of the last three albums. Despite this, the band would record two videos for the album, 'Surf of Syn' and 'Meat Sandwich' as well as release "Rendezvous with RagNaRok" to support the album's plot through footage from the supporting tour.

The band's first side project, X-Cops, would also come to life after the RagNaRok tour, releasing their only full length album, You Have the Right to Remain Silent... the same year.

The band's next record would come out in 1997 under the name Carnival of Chaos, proving to be the epitome of this experimental period containing songs from many different genres, including the classic heavy metal, but also hard rock, country and even jazz.

Carnival of Chaos would be the last album with Pete Lee on guitar, being replaced by Tim Harriss (Who had previously been in the band around 1986 and was featured as a guest guitarist on America Must Be Destroyed) for the recording of We Kill Everything between late 1998 and early 1999 , for which Michael Bishop would temporarily rejoin the band as the bassist during the absence of Casey Orr. The record, largely influenced by punk rock, is the band's least favorite album, as its songs are rarely played live.

Following this, co-founder Hunter Jackson would leave the group in 2000 to focus on personal projects. Danielle Stampe would leave the band to focus on a personal project named "Girly Freakshow"; however, she would rejoin the band temporarily for the "Bitch is Back" tour in 2002.

2001-2005

Due to the band's distaste for the previous album, GWAR's sound would suffer major changes for the next recording. With Tim Harris gone, Zack Blair would be hired to fill his spot as Flattus Maximus, Casey Orr also having returned to the band as Beefcake the Mighty for the recording of the band's first entirely thrash metal album in years: Violence Has Arrived, released in November 6, 2001, the album being seen as a 'comeback' of sorts and setting off changes that would result in the current state of the band. Violence Has Arrived would be, however, the band's last album on Metal Blade Records, with the band leaving the label soon after the recording and releasing of it.

As the band would start approaching a focus on a heavier, more brutal sound near the end of this period, it would also result in the creation of another side project, the Dave Brockie Experience, a band created by frontman Dave Brockie along with rhythm guitarist Mike Derks and drummer Brad Roberts as a way of continuing the comedic sound found on albums like We Kill Everything while maintaining a more serious focus in releases by GWAR. They would release their first LP in March 20, 2001, named Diarrhea of a Madman.

This wouldn't be the end of GWAR's new focus on heavy sound, however; following their release of Violence Has Arrived by their most successful album in several years, War Party in 2004 under their new record label, DRT Entertainment.The album would meet a large underground success, as it followed the same path Violence Has Arrived did, but this time with a more serious and technical edge, partially thanks to the efforts of new lead guitarist Cory Smoot (Flattus Maximus) and bass guitarist, Todd Evans (Beefcake the Mighty). Videos would be released for 'Bring Back the Bomb' and 'War Party' (An early release from director/editor David Brodsky, which was declined by MTV Networks as being too inflammatory despite GWAR removing much of their trademark gore and sexual overtones), and the band would be invited to play in the Sounds of the Underground tour in 2005 along with Lamb Of God, Clutch, Poison the Well, Opeth, Strapping Young Lad, Unearth, Chimaira, Norma Jean, Throwdown, High On Fire, All That Remains, Madball, Terror, DevilDriver, A Life Once Lost, The Black Dahlia Murder, Fear Before The March Of Flames, The Red Chord, and Nora, the same year of the release of the band's second album in DRT Entertainment, Live from Mt. Fuji, which would also be the band's first live album besides the then-extremely rare You're All Worthless and Weak, released in 2000 (and re-released in 2006) under Slave Pit Records.

2006 onward

GWAR started working on their new album (Then tentatively titled "Go to Hell!") in January 2006. The same month, GWAR also opened a gallery show called ('The Art of GWAR') at Art Space gallery in Richmond to display the many props, costumes, cartoons, paintings produced by The Slave Pit, GWAR's art and effects studio.

In February 23, 2006, GWAR's official website, GWAR's Japanese Official website (www.gwarjapan.net) and Oderus Urungus' official homepage announced GWAR's latest album, "Beyond Hell", for which, at the urging of DRT Entertainment, a cover version of Alice Cooper's 'School's Out' was recorded and released. The music video, was directed by David Brodsky. 'School's Out' was nominated for Best Video of 2006 on MTV2's Headbanger's Ball.

Due for release sometime in the future, GWAR will be getting 7' action figures and Shockinis which are 3' figurines made of themselves by toy manufacturer Shocker Toys LLP. Though no date has been confirmed for the release according to Todd Evans the figures and Shockinis should be out some time in 2007.

The "Blood Bath and Beyond" DVD was released in June 20, 2006, containing exclusive behind the scenes and vintage footage of the band.

GWAR headlined the Sounds Of The Underground 2006 Tour along with As I Lay Dying, Trivium, Behemoth, Cannibal Corpse, The Chariot, The Black Dahlia Murder, Terror, Killswitch Engage, Through the Eyes of the Dead, In Flames, HORSE the band, Unearth, It Dies Today, Job for a Cowboy, 3 Inches of Blood, Shadows Fall, This Is Hell, Ringworm, Converge, Machine Head, and Still Remains.

The entire GWAR concept seems to be gaining acceptance elsewhere, judging by the success of Lordi, a Finnish hard rock band, which won the 51st Eurovision Song Contest 2006, in Athens, Greece, on May 20, 2006. Lordi's costumes and subject matter is very similar to GWAR's. GWAR have been executing Mr.Lordi at the beginning of each of their sets on the Sounds of the Undergound tour.

Vocalist Oderus Urungus is also featured on the newest Strapping Young Lad album The New Black as a guest vocalist on the song 'Far Beyond Metal'. Oderus' lines in the song are taken directly from the GWAR song 'Maggots' ('now in the halls of the Necrolord...' etc.). It's worth mentioning that the vocalist of Strapping Young Lad, Devin Townsend produced GWAR's Beyond Hell album. Scott Krahl is in the 'Schools Out' video as a female teacher, of whom Oderus makes out with and procedes to mount at the end of the video.

"Beyond Hell" was released on August 29, 2006, with GWAR touring to support the album and being helped by the creation of new props for this tour, including several character's off Beyond Hell's plot, including Jitler and Jewcifer. GWAR was also present in the third annual Rock & Shock festival from October 13 to 15 as a part of this tour.

On April 7, 2007 GWAR not only released their long awaited video for the song Eighth Lock off of Beyond Hell, but also announced that they have a headlining slot on Sounds of the Underground 2007 alongside Shadows Fall, Chimaira, Job for a Cowboy, Amon Amarth, Goatwhore, and Suicidal Tendencies.

Etymology

Despite various explanations that GWAR is an acronym for something, band members have insisted from its inception that the letters do not stand for anything. Indeed, the official website of Slave Pit Inc. indicates that GWAR is a shortened version of 'GWAARGGGH!!!' the name the band used originally when opening up for Death Piggy. Lead singer and founding member Dave Brockie has been quoted as saying '...it doesn't mean Gay Woman Against Rape. It doesn't mean Great White Aryan Race. It doesn't mean Gay Weird Anal Reprobates. It doesn't even mean God What an Awful Racket. It just means GWAR, which means everything pretty much.'

Line-up

Current

"Oderus Urungus" (Vocals - Dave Brockie)

"Flattus Maximus" (Lead Guitar - Cory Smoot)

"Balsac the Jaws of Death" (Rhythm Guitar - Mike Derks)

"Beefcake the Mighty" (Bass - Todd Evans)

"Jizmak Da Gusha" (Drums - Brad Roberts)

"Side members:"

These are members not involved musically or in the GWAR stage show anymore while still working to varying degrees with band.

"Sexecutioner"

"Sleazy P. Martini"

"Slaves:"

Matt Maguire ('Mattron'/'MX2')

Bob Gorman ('Muzzle Slave')

Scott Krahl ('Cock & Balls Slave')

Nate Krishna ('SlaveDizzle')

Joe Douglas ('Spewie')

(Guitar, bass, drums, trumpet, keyboard, vocals, saxophone, tuba, triangle, clarinet, bass clarinet, french horn, violin, Oboe, Flute, Harp, Organ, Hoola Hoop).

Retired members

"Vocalists"

Joey Slutman (Joe Annaruma)

Johnny Slutman (Ben Eubanks)

"Backing vocalists"

Techno Destructo and Scroda Moon (Both by Hunter Jackson)

Sluggo P. Martini (Michael D. Moore, 1985)

Amazina/GWAR Woman ( (Colette Miller, 1986-1987) )

Mike Delaney (As Sexecutioner, replaced by Chuck Varga)

Slymenstra Hymen (Danielle Stampe)

"Guitarists"

"As "Balsac the Jaws of Death:"

Barry Ward

Steve Douglas

"As "Flattus Maximus:"

Dewey Rowell

Pete Lee

Tim Harriss

Zach Blair

Brian Fechino(in studio on America Must Be Destroyed)

"Other:"

Mr. Magico (Russ Bahorsky)

Stephen Sphincter (Ron Curry)

Cornelius Carnage (Greg Ottinger)

John Cobbett

"Bassists"

"As "Beefcake the Mighty:"

Michael Bishop

Casey Orr

"Other:"

Stephen Sphincter (Ron Curry)

BalSac (Chris Bopst. Note: Originally not the same character as Balsac the Jaws of Death)

"Drummers"

Unnamed Character (Sean Sumner) (Deceased)

Hans Sphincter/Hans Orifice (Jim Thompson)

Nippleus Erectus (Rob Mosby)

Lee Beato (Pete Luchter)

"Keyboardists"

Müsel (Dave Musel)

"Slaves"

Danny Black

Mike Bonner

Davis Bradley III

Hunter Jackson

GWAR also has a plethora of members, most of which are referred to simply under the collective label of 'slaves' (see above). The GWAR slaves are involved in many other aspects of the band, including costume design, music mixing and editing, running Slave Pit Records, the record label owned by the members of GWAR, and the creation of the now defunct GWAR comic book, "Slave Pit Funnies".

Discography

Studio albums & EPs

1988: "Hell-O"

1990: "Scumdogs of the Universe"

1992: "The Road Behind (EP)"

1992: "America Must Be Destroyed"

1994: "This Toilet Earth"

1995: "RagNaRok"

1997: "Carnival of Chaos"

1999: "We Kill Everything"

2001: "Violence Has Arrived"

2004: "War Party"

2006: "Beyond Hell"

Compilation albums

2000: "Slaves Going Single"

2004: "Let There Be GWAR"

Live albums

2000: "You're All Worthless and Weak"

2005: "Live from Mt. Fuji"

Videography

1988: "Shimmy Disc Video Compilation V.1"

1989: "RAWGWAR"

1989: "The Next Mutation"

1990: "Live from Antarctica"

1992: "Phallus in Wonderland"

1992: "All The Sex"

1992: "Twice The Violence"

1992: "Tour De Scum"

1994: "TVD"

1994: "Skulhedface"

1996: "Return of Techno-Destructo

1997: "Rendezvous with RagNaRok"

1998: "Surprising Burst of Chocolaty Fudge"

1998: "Dawn of the Day of the Night of the Penguins"

2000: "It's Sleazy"

2002: "The Gwarnage Campaign"

2002: "Blood Drive 2002"

2002: "Ultimate Video Gwarchive"

2004: "War Party Tour 2004"

2006: "Blood Bath And Beyond"

2007: "Beyond Hell Live"

2008(?): "The Dim Times"

Other info

Trivia

GWAR was at one time banned from performing in their home city of Richmond, Virginia due to their raucous stage performances. During that time, they would appear in their home town under the pseudonym "RAWG" and play sans costumes. The ban was later lifted and the band can now play in Richmond again in full gory attire.

GWAR made a beer bong named 'The Inebriator' for a thrash metal band called Municipal Waste (who are also from GWAR home city in Richmond, Virginia).

This is part of the Municipal Waste stage show for all of their live concerts, they either get someone they know or a band member to drink x amount of beer while the crowd cheer them on.

WWE Diva Maria, went on her first date with CM Punk to a GWAR concert.

In the animated series Beavis and Butt-Head, the title characters are huge fans of the band, to the point of stating that 'every video should be like a GWAR video'. In the SNES and Sega Genesis game for the show released in 1994, the title characters see a commercial that announces an upcoming GWAR concert in Highland (the city they live in). The final level, on both platforms, consists of sneaking in to the GWAR concert and attempting to get as close to the band as possible.

The band's first creative medium was paper maché. It was very weak, though, and almost all the props and costumes had to be remade for each show. Not only costly but also very time-consuming. The band eventually moved on to foam rubber, which they carved to their desired specifications. It was light and rather strong. However, their ultimate material was prevulcanized latex rubber, used in things like Oderus Urungus' mask.

GWAR was and is primarily a band of former art students, and this is reflected in the obscure references made in some of their songs, including mythology and history.

Band members and associates often have cookouts at the Slave Pit, dubbed 'Gwar-BQ's'.

GWAR fans are referred to as "Bohabs", Slaves, or Gwarriors.

In the 1986-87 graphic novel Watchmen, a character displays a concert benefiting 'Gay Women Against Rape', with the initials highlighted to spell out GWAR.

Appearances

GWAR received a large dose of publicity from their appearance on "The Jerry Springer Show", exposing the world of shock rock. Early on in the show, Jerry brought out El Duce, lead singer for The Mentors, a rock group known for their extremely vile lyrical and visual themes. El Duce spoke at length about his stage show in which women have claimed to be raped, displaying his mysogynistic personality, and even claiming that he 'probably has some bastard kids around the country.' Also present for this episode was Jeni, a performer in the shock rock band the Spo-Its. Jerry later brought out GWAR, full costumed and in character, as a ballast to El Duce. GWAR slowly won over the audience (who initially booed them) with their sense of humor, showing that they felt that their goal was giving the audience the same kind of fun they would get from a horror movie or funhouse. Springer was applauded for a clip he showed in which GWAR brought him out on stage at The Agora in Cleveland, Ohio, pretending to kick and scream, introduced him to the crowd, and fed him to one of their monster stage props, the World Maggot. Next, Springer brought out a mother and son to sit with GWAR, the son was a huge fan of GWAR. The mother was angry and accused GWAR of promoting violence and the degrading of women. Though he was not anywhere as offensive or acidic as El Duce, Oderus Urungus stood up to the mother, accusing her of shifting the guilt over having a troublesome child, and pointed out that it would be much better for her son to be at a show full of puppets and fake blood than seeing The Mentors assault women live on stage.

Oderus Urungus and Beefcake the Mighty were interviewed on "The Joan Rivers Show" in 1990. Like their "Jerry Springer" appearance, it was mainly on the topic of shock rock. Oderus and Beefcake were greeted with a lukewarm response but won the audience over quickly with a combination of their costumes, joke, and mannerisms. Oderus and Beefcake also spoke with a foreign accent throughout the interview.

GWAR also did the music for an episode of the show "Codename: Kids Next Door" titled 'Operation F.O.O.D.F.I.T.E.' They played altered versions of both "The Private Pain of Techno Destructo" and "Gor-Gor", changing the lyrics to fit the storyline (which centers around a villain's repeated attempts to get the kids to eat healthy food). In the music credits, they went under the name of RAWG for this show.

GWAR appeared on an episode of "Viva la Bam", where they performed during a dirt bike and monster truck show put together by Bam and his friends.

GWAR appeared on the movie "Empire Records" on a TV that the character Mark, played by Ethan Embry, was watching while eating brownies made with 'extra sugar'. Mark hallucinates about joining Gwar and performing in their music video (which he is still watching) and is then killed brutally, while still watching himself.

GWAR appeared in Part 5 of Episode #3 of the Fox Sports program 'Core Culture', titled 'Backstage Pass'. The west coast broadcast featured an interview clip with local performer Stephen Kiel, a.k.a. Diabolical Kiel. The segment features the band on their visit to Portland, Oregon, and includes footage of them at the Burnside Skatepark, mingling with the crowd. The segment also features footage of their performance at the Roseland Theater.

GWAR also appeared playing in a night club in Mystery Date, a 1991 Movie staring Ethan Hawke.

In the movie S.F.W GWAR not only made an appearance on MTV in the movie but the song they were performing was the movie's theme song, which is present on the movie's soundtrack album.

GWAR were featured on the front page of satire website Something Awful on October 13, 2006.

Music magazine Blender's website (Blender.com) has created two GWAR themed videos. The first features Blender.com reporter Joe Knaus (in a pretend sacrifice by the band onstage) during the Sounds of the Underground festival in 2006. There is also a quite humorous clip of Oderus feigning a (crack deal) on the streets on New York City as a Christmas gift to GWAR's crew and support acts prior the band's show at Irving Plaza in December of 2006.

In Alabama Thunderpussy's new music video for the song 'Words Of The Dying Man' 2007, Balsac the Jaws of Death makes an appearance, emerging from the shower to join the crowd.

Related bands

Closely related bands

Mensrea

Locus Factor

Dave Brockie Experience

Death Piggy

Porn Flakes

Köszönöm (Side project by Mike Derks and Brad Roberts)

MC Rhythmless (GWAR rap side project)

RAWG

Wolfgang AM

X-Cops

Lazy American Workers

Bloody Crackdown

Municipal Waste (band)

The Eddies

Mobile Deathcamp

Other related bands

Armstrong

Green Jell˙

Hellions

Kepone

(Locus Factor)

Sauce

Alice Cooper

The Swingin' Love Corpses

Slaughterdeath Mutilation Complex From The Planet Zebulon Five

The Aquabats

External links

(Official Site)

(Japanese Official Site)

(Official Homepage of Oderus Urungus)

(Slave Pit Inc.)

(Bohab Central Forums & Fan Page)

(GWAR FAQ Website compiled from alt.music.gwar)

(Art of GWAR gallery show in RVA*) (Gwar Interview by Florida Entertainment Scene) * (GWAR Picture Gallery) ==References==

Credit

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