GWAR: 'School's Out' Video Posted Online

GWAR's video for its cover of ALICE COOPER's "School's Out" — directed by David Brodsky of My Good Eye — has been posted online at

GWAR has been pretty busy this summer, most notably destroying town after town on the Sounds of the Underground tour. The band is set to release their most crushing release yet, "Beyond Hell", on August 29 via DRT Entertainment. An e-card has been made available streaming four tracks off the upcoming album at this location. There will also be a deluxe limited edition released of the album, which includes expanded artwork and behind-the-scenes footage, as seen on the SlavePit TV weekly summer web series at this location. The DVD was produced by the New York-based video staff of "Metal Injection", and includes, for the first time, behind-the-scenes footage of the creation of the new costumes, as well as hilarious footage of GWAR in the studio recording with producer Devin Townsend (STRAPPING YOUNG LAD)

(Thanks: Bohab Central)


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