A live video of GWAR performing the track "Bring Back the Bomb" has been posted online at DRT-Entertainment.com (Quicktime file).
As previously reported, DRT Entertainment has set a May 31 release date for the first-ever live recording from GWAR. Titled "Live From Mt. Fuji", the enhanced CD contains 12 blistering live versions of GWAR classics including "Bring Back the Bomb", "Horror of Yg", "Krosstika", "Sick of You", "Womb With A View", and "Immortal Corruptor", as well as special bonus tracks and the video for "Bring Back the Bomb".
GWAR played over 100 live shows on their highly successful "Mock The Vote" tour, following on the heels of their latest studio effort, "War Party", released in October 2004.
The band will also be featured on the upcoming Sounds Of The Underground tour where they will perform a month-long string of dates along with LAMB OF GOD and CLUTCH, among others.
"Live From Mt. Fuji" track listing:
01. Bring Back the Bomb
03. Ham on the Bone
04. Immortal Corruptor
05. Womb with a View
06. Have You Seen Me?
08. Horror of Yg
09. Crush, Kill, Destroy
10. Crack in the Egg
12. Sick of You
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