GWAR: Final Installment of SlavePit TV Loaded

In the final installment of GWAR's SlavePit Television, the camera crew follows Devin Townsend's (STRAPPING YOUG LAD) arrival at GWAR Headquarters, and how the band first re-aquianted themselves with the producer. The clip can be viewed at this location. All nine webisodes of SlavePit TV will be made available on a deluxe limited-edition released of the new GWAR album, "Beyond Hell" (due out August 29 via DRT Entertainment), which includes expanded artwork, a poster and a DVD which compiles all of the SlavePit TV episodes along with additional behind-the-scenes footage on the creation of the new costumes, as well as hilarious footage.

"Beyond Hell", produced by Townsend, is set to be GWAR's most crushing release yet. An e-card is available where fans can stream four tracks off the upcoming album at this location.


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