GWAR At SOUNDS OF THE UNDERGROUND In Sayreville: Video Report Available reporter Joe Knaus went to the Sounds of the Underground show in Sayreville, NJ on July 15 and had GWAR "kill him" onstage. In addition, Joe talked to a lot of the group's fans, filmed some good moshing injuries and more. Watch Knaus' video report at

GWAR recently shot a video for their cover of ALICE COOPER's "School's Out" with acclaimed director Dave Brodsky (STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, THE RED CHORD) at Paul Robeson High School in Brooklyn, NY. The clip should be available shortly.

DRT Entertainment last month released the ultimate GWAR DVD, titled "Blood Bath and Beyond". Hosted by Oderus Urungus and Sleazy P. Martini, the DVD contains over 90 minutes of rare and unreleased footage as well as mini-movies, lost demo recordings and rare bootleg footage amassed over GWAR's 20-year career.


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