I think humanity saw a moment of weakness in GWAR and decided to attack, seeing that we didn’t have Oderous with us.
It was a crazy and intense show from beginning to end, and a great way to end off an amazing weekend of amazing music.
Attention Human Scum!!
Riot Fest was probably the best possible way for me to finally crawl out of that rock I’d been living under.
There’s not a lot that can be said about GWAR that hasn’t been said before. Despite being known more for their gory characters and horrific stage mutilations, they have managed to release some pretty great songs over the years, and appear to be continuing their metal onslaught with Battle Maximus. No new ground is broken with it musically. It’s still GWAR, and there will be folks that will love the album and those that don’t. If you have enjoyed their more metal oriented recordings then this is a must have album. If you prefer to be slathered in blood, jizz, and other assorted goo and the music is secondary to you, then skip this album and go see the show.