According to GWARs singer, Oderus Urungus (who was born David Brockie), Its not harder to shock people these days; if you apply a strong electrical current to just about anyones exposed genitals, theyre gonna fry.
Speaking from miles below the South Pole, in an underground lair-recording studio, Urungus says Gwars recording process is equally violent.
In his words, Other members are constantly battling each other in a gladiatorial arena to see which chord progressions we use; I have to battle just to get my Pavarotti-inspired vocals recorded.
The new GWAR album, entitled Sounds of the Underground, is being preceded by a long-form video called Blood-Bath and Beyond. The DVD features a Urungus-directed porno called Filthy Chunks and he says its got a s■■■■load of stuff from the past 20 years I dont even remember doing.
He adds: They keep telling me thats me in the film, but I dont believe them.
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