The band returns with its first new song since 2019’s Weeping Choir.
Watch video of GWAR drummer JiZMak Da Gusha visiting the defaced statue of Robert E. Lee.
The performance was “created in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and staunchly opposing police brutality and systemic racism.”
The late Oderus Urungus, aka Dave Brockie, called Richmond his home.
The stand-alone single features frontman Jason Aalon Butler’s wife, Gin Wigmore, on vocals and Travis Barker on drums.
The new single features the recent touring lineup that included Scott Ian and Dave Lombardo.
The concert streams will start Friday, May 29th, at 6 p.m. ET, and be paired with an exclusive merch drop.
The five-track EP is produced by Kenny Beats.
The Mr. Bungle / Faith No More singer teams with the original S.O.D. members of the crossover thrash song.
The original song appeared on Fever 333’s 2019 debut album, Strength in Numb333rs.
From the band’s first album in 20 years.
GWAR are giving kudos to President Trump for helping in their longstanding mission to destroy humankind.