GWAR's DAVE BROCKIE Discusses Upcoming Studio Album In New Video Interview

An unmasked Dave Brockie, better known as Oderus Urungus of GWAR, recently sat down with WatchMojo.com to leak details about the band's upcoming album, working title "Mad At The Sun", and what it was like to come back from the death of Cory Smoot, a.k.a. Flattus Maximus. Check out the clip below.

GWAR will kick off its spring run of dates with a special "Meat And Meet" at the world-famous Grinders in Kansas City, Missouri. The "Meat And Meet" is scheduled for Monday, April 8 from 6 to 8 p.m. This event is not only for GWAR to drink and eat themselves into a bloated coma with their legions of slavering fans, but to announce and introduce their brand-new and 100% edible "GWAR-B-Q" sauce, personally created for human consumption by none other than GWAR's steel-faced guitar player, Balsac The Jaws Of Death.

"This new taste sensation is mostly made out of the blood of really hot chicks", explained the surprisingly cordial space-barbarian. "It was a terrible waste of fine ass, but ultimately worth it because this sauce is absolutely delicious!"

GWAR will kick off the second leg of the "Fate Or Chaos" tour on April 10 in Tucson, Arizona, with dates scheduled through April 25 in Jacksonville, Florida. Support on the trek will come from WARBEAST and WILSON. The summer will also herald the fourth annual GWAR-B-Q, and this year is shaping-up to have the most colossal, bone-crushing line-up yet! But that's not all from your toxic mutant under-lords. Rumors of boxed sets, GWAR-B-Q sauce, GWAR beer, and long-awaited "comedy" albums abound. Further details about all of these projects would have to wait until "we get our shit together," said Oderus.

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