GWAR On 'Tom Green Live': Video Available

GWAR's appearance on "Tom Green Live", which originally aired last week, is available for viewing in the "On Demand" section on To access the clip directly, click here (Windows Media).

The episode features GWAR performing in Tom Green's living room, with songs taken from their new album, "Beyond Hell", including their latest single, a cover of the ALICE COOPER classic "School's Out". The show also involved the band taking live calls and viewer requests from around the world. Various requests even included one for Oderus Urungus to do a version of the "Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air" theme song!

GWAR was the first band to perform on "Tom Green Live". The appearance comes in time for the release of their highly anticipated album, "Beyond Hell", produced by STRAPPING YOUNG LAD's Devin Townsend, which hits the streets today (August 29).


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