GWAR Commands You To Go Fur-Free!

The master of the Earth — that is, GWAR lead singer Oderus Urungus — has a few choice words for humans who "take animals, rip their skins off, and make marmoset banana hammocks with them." In a brand-new video for peta2, PETA's youth division, Urungus pronounces "a bitter doom on those who fuck with our furry friends" — who he says are humans' "superiors" — and announces GWAR's new plan for an all-natural alternative to fur: the pubic hair of prison inmates.

"GWAR is titillated to be working with peta2, in this, the latest thing that GWAR is doing," says Urungus. "We'll be providing the humans with an alternative to animal fur and also helping improve the hygiene of this country's vast prison industry, in a collaboration that is sure to rip off a few heads."

As you may recall, this is GWAR's second video for peta2. The first, titled "Fight Humans, Not Dogs", pitted a GWAR "slave" against THE RED CHORD's Guy Kozowyk in a no-holds-barred match.

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