GWAR:

The Beserker Blóthar: Lead Howler

 

Beefcake the Mighty: Bass Guitar, Vocals

 

Pustulus Maximus: Lead Guitar, Vocals

 

BälSäc the Jaws ‘o Death: Rhythm Guitar, Vocals

JiZMak da Gusha: Drums

Bonesnapper: Bodyguard, Crappy Vocals

Sawborg Destructo: Annoying Nemesis, Annoying Vocals

 

 

The Blood of Gods Mythos:
The story of GWAR is carved across the history of this barren and hopeless planet, but GWAR themselves are not of this world… their story begins in the deepest reaches of outer space. Long ago, the beings who would become the rock band GWAR were part of an elite fighting force, the Scumdogs of the Universe. For eons, they served as thralls to a supreme being known only as the Master. But one by one, each future member of the band earned a glaring reputation for being an intergalactic fuck-up. And so, they were banished, sent away on a fool’s errand to conquer an insignificant shitball floating in a dark corner of the universe; the planet Earth. Once here, GWAR shaped the face of the globe, destroying and rebuilding the natural world, and giving rise to all of human history. Aliens to some, gods and demons to others, our erstwhile Scumdogs fucked apes to create the human race, and this fateful unplanned pregnancy would prove to be truly disastrous!

Their new album, “The Blood of Gods” is nothing less than a sacred text chronicling the rise of humanity against their makers, and the massive battle between GWAR and the forces of all that is uptight and wrong with the world. Along the way, the band challenges the sins of their great mistake, from politics, pollution, and organized religion, to fast food, and factory farming. Humans are shown as what they are; a parasitical disease that must be eradicated before they suck the planet dry.

Of course, “The Blood of Gods” is the first GWAR album without the band’s fallen leader, Oderus Urungus. The title of the album refers to the loss of Oderus. and the struggles and triumphs that produced the new sound of the band. Born of adversity, “The Blood of Gods” is a sonic scar…a question asked and answered…Death cannot kill GWAR. Nothing can. GWAR LIVES MOTHERFUCKERS!

 

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http://www.gwar.net 

http://instagram.com/gwar 

https://twitter.com/GWARofficial

http://www.youtube.com/gwar

http://www.facebook.com/gwar

http://www.gwarbq.com

http://www.gwarjapan.net

 

https://twitter.com/beefcakeofgwar 

https://twitter.com/pustulus 

https://twitter.com/balsacjod 

https://twitter.com/ThisIsBlothar

https://twitter.com/jizmakofficial

 

 

 

SLAVE PIT LOGO

GWAR Discography
Hell-O – Shimmy Disc – 1988
Scumdogs Of The Universe – Metal Blade – 1990
America Must Be Destroyed – Metal Blade – 1992
The Road Behind EP – Metal Blade – 1992
This Toilet Earth – Metal Blade – 1994
Ragnarök – Metal Blade – 1995
A Soundtrack To Kill Yourself To Comp. – Slave Pit – 1997
Carnival Of Chaos – Metal Blade – 1997
We Kill Everything – Metal Blade – 1999
Slaves Going Single Comp. – Slave Pit – 2000
Violence Has Arrived – Metal Blade – 2001
You’re All Worthless And Weak Live – Slave Pit – 2002
Let there be GWAR Comp. – Slave Pit – 2004
War Party – DRT – 2004
Live From Mt. Fuji – DRT – 2005
Beyond Hell – DRT – 2006
Lust In Space – Metal Blade – 2009

Bloody Pit of Horror- Metal Blade -2010

GWAR "BPOH" cover

Battle Maximus – Metal Blade- 2013

album cover promo image