Watch GWAR Go Trick-Or-Treating In New Jersey

With Halloween coming up on this year's ever-darkening horizon, Fuse decided to ring in the holiday (or howliday, if you will) by forcing GWAR to go trick-or-treating for the first time ever. But when you're dealing with creatures of this monstrous caliber, you have to take them to the most frightening, horrific place imaginable: New Jersey.

Dressed in a variety of ever-changing costumes — including cowboy, "pretty princess," even President Obama — the metal band meet everyone from a woman handing out cheese to a rich fellow they incorrectly assume is a "vagina-cologist." More importantly, the metal monsters learn the true meaning of the holiday: candy. And stomach pain.

Check out the footage below.

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