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Desc:Plus a special rendition of 'People Who Died'
Category:Arts, Religious
Tags:Gwar, Jim Carroll, pet shop boys, Av Club, I salute you my brother
Submitted:MacGyver Style Bomb
Date:10/29/14
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misterbuns
Two Beefcakes, be still my heart.
bongoprophet
well shit...
Pillager
Nice teats.
Meerkat
So awesome
EvilHomer
I didn't think they could do it without Oderus. I pretended like they could, kept up a brave face in public because I knew confidence was what the lads needed to see, but holy hell did I lie awake at night dreading what was to come. Seems I was wrong!

It's doubly cool, because GWAR could conceivably just keep getting new members, and continue playing well into the next century and beyond. Imagine if GWAR became the 20th century's version of the Punch and Judy show? Five hundred years from now, people could still be going to see GWAR concerts, partaking in a cultural ritual traced all the way back to these very times.
infinite zest
I'll bet Jerry Only had the same idea. Difference is, I really like this new Gwar. Stylistically it brings me back to Hell-O (I sort of stopped paying attention to their music after Ragnarok and just focused on the aesthetics, even though I never got to see them.) Misfits I gave up on after Danzig left, mostly because their music sucked. That, and Gwar's touring with other awesome lesser-known metal bands like Red Fang and Iron Reagan. Anyone in the PNW going on November 11th?

jangbones
People Who Died is a cancerous tumor on the face of culture, and I hope Jim Carroll suffers eternal torment for unleashing it on the world

I never realized how ominous the lyrics of West End Girls are
Jet Bin Fever
It's a really dark song. Very metal.

Juice Eggs McKenna
One of those songs everybody knows but nobody actually knows the words to

Juice Eggs McKenna
The AV Club are a bunch of pretentious little squirts but GWAR more than more than makes up for it
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