GWAR frontman Oderus Urungus will be one of the featured panellists Fuel TV's "The Daily Habit" tonight (Tuesday, November 23). The show airs on Fuel TV at 9:30 p.m. EST/6:30 p.m. PST.
"The Daily Habit" encompasses the world of the action sports enthusiast, mixing the best in pop culture with today's top action sports personalities, cutting-edge music, product reviews, and comedy.
Urungus comments: "Do you realize that we have been doing this 25th-anniversary shit for so long that our 26th-anniversary had started and we didn't even know it! Fuck! To tell you the truth I am getting pretty sick of all this anniversary crap anyway. We don't need an excuse to be the sickest band ever, we simply are. And now I must be back to my collection of fecal midgets..."
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GWAR's new album, "Bloody Pit Of Horror", sold around 2,800 copies in the United States in its first week of release. The band's previous CD, "Lust In Space", opened with 5,000 units to debut at position No. 96 on The Billboard 200 chart.
GWAR performed the brand new song "Zombies, March!" on the October 28 edition of NBC-TV's "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon".
Fangoria worked with GWAR on the video for "Zombies, March!". The clip was shot in Richmond, Virginia with Fangoria's own David McKendry.
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