GWAR Releases Live “Sick of You” Video
30th Anniversary Editions of Scumdogs of the Universe Available October 30th
Drive In Shows Set for October 10th in Richmond, VA
GWAR are currently in the midst of the 30th anniversary celebration of “Scumdogs of the Universe.” This includes two Drive In shows set for Richmond, VA on October 10th as well as the release of 30th anniversary editions of the “Scumdogs of the Universe.” The album is available on CD, Double LP, Cassette and digital and is available for pre-order HERE. The limited edition box sets are nearly sold out and the last few are available exclusively at http://www.gwar.net
Today the band releases another performance video from “Scumdogs of the Universe”. Watch a live version of “Sick of You,” featuring the late great Oderus Urungus on vocals HERE. The remixed and remastered version of the track is streaming now at all DSP’s.
Beefcake the Mighty opined; “Oh Oderus, alas, how we miss your bellicose belligerence! Our fans always want us to play the song 'Sick of You,' so naturally, we hate playing it and try to avoid it wherever we can. It really is the most ridiculous GWAR song there is. So, enjoy this tidbit Ding Dongs!”
You can pick up tickets for the Drive In shows on Saturday October 10th HERE.
Stay tuned next week for a huge announcement from GWAR, that will finally give something else to look forward to instead of death from boredom.
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At 2:00 PM on Friday, August 30th, 2019, GWAR will unveil a monument to the band's co-founder and longtime leaderDave Brockie, which will be set in Richmond, Virginia's famed Hollywood Cemetery (412 S Cherry St, Richmond, VA). All are invited to the unveiling, and to a free party the next day, August 31st, at the GWARbar (217 W Clay St, Richmond, VA).
The party will feature a performance by RAWG, the greatest GWAR tribute band of all time. Friday, August 30th marks what would have been Dave Brockie's 56th birthday. The erection of this monument has been a long time coming, and we are grateful and happy we can finally do this for Dave. We thank the many people who donated time and money to make this a reality. We hope the marker will provide a long-needed place for Brockie's friends, family, and fans to pay their respects to this wonderful and deeply talented human being, and of course, to Dave's famous creation; Oderus Urungus, who will always be remembered as one of the greatest frontmen in rock and roll history.