GWAR: Behind-The-Scenes Footage From 'Zombies, March!' Video Shoot

Behind-the-scenes footage from the making of "Zombies, March!", the new video from GWAR, can be viewed below. The clip shot on location at The National in Richmond, Virginia by acclaimed Fangoria director Dave McKendry.

Said infernal overlord and GWAR lead singer Oderus Urungus: "The metal warriors of GWAR are proud to present to the human race the first music video from our new album, 'Bloody Pit of Horror', directed by Dave McKendry of Fangoria magazine. The video tells the story of how when we tried to originally shoot this video, the unholy noise of our first single, 'Zombies March!', summoned the dead from their tombs, crash-scenes, and abortion clinics. They eventually ate the crew! Maybe not so great for MTV, but it makes bloody good fun…"

GWAR performed "Zombies, March!" on the October 28 edition of NBC-TV's "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon".

"Zombies, March!" is the first single from GWAR's new album, "Bloody Pit Of Horror", which will be released on November 9 via Metal Blade Records.

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"Bloody Pit of Horror" is reportedly "heavy as fuck", and features songs like "Hail to Genocide", "Storm is Coming", and "Tick-Tits", the latter of which is "a song about a chick whose tits are covered in ticks…big fat gray puffy ones," said Oderus.

GWAR's "Bloody Tour Of Horror" with THE CASUALTIES, INFERNAEON and MOBILE DEATHCAMP kicked off on October 2 in Baltimore, Maryland.

"Zombies, March!" behind the scenes:

"Zombies, March!" video:


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