GWAR To Perform New Song On NBC-TV's 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon'
Mutant overlords GWAR will perform the brand new song "Zombies, March!" on the Thursday, October 28 edition of NBC-TV's "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon". The show will air at 12:35 a.m. ET (technically early Friday morning, October 29).
"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.
Fangoria has announced that it is working with GWAR on the video for "Zombies, March!". The clip is being shot in Richmond, Virginia with Fangoria's own David McKendry.
"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.
Fresh off the amazing experience that was the 2010 GWAR-B-Q, intergalactic snuff-rockers GWAR continue their relentless assault upon all humanity with the announcement of their first run of dates for this fall's "Bloody Tour of Horror".
Catch GWAR on the "Bloody Tour Of Horror" with THE CASUALTIES, INFERNAEON and MOBILE DEATHCAMP starrting on October 2 in Baltimore, Maryland.
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