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GWAR Premieres New Video For Single “Let Us Slay”



GWAR just kicked off the first phase of the tour of their already-legendary two-year long 25th Anniversary Celebration. They are touring in support of their brand new album, ‘Lust In Space’, out now on Metal Blade Records.

Continuing the celebration in true GWAR form, the band recently wrapped filming for their first music video off the of the ‘Lust In Space’ album for the lead single “Let Us Slay”. Check out the world premiere of the video on the official home page of GWAR (watch it below).

Said Oderus Urungus, who has been saying a lot of stuff lately, “Let Us Slay” is the first video from our new epic album, ‘Lust In Space’, and provides actual first-hand footage of GWAR’s recent travels through outer space and our cosmic struggle against that intergalactic asshole Cardinal Syn…this should put an end to any speculation that we are not really from outer space…you can really see us flying around on spaceships and shit!”

After a huge hit of crack laced with horse tranquilizer and kitty litter, the warty front-thing continued, “This is just the latest GWAR video from esteemed director David Brodsky, whom we have worked w/ before on the amazing “School’s Out’ video. He is a very talented and effusively garrulous sort of guy, and he works for rocks! Plus I am particularly excited about the many dance moves that I executed in the course of the video…I recently studied under Christopher Walken, and after working very hard he gave me the nickname “Twinkletoes!”

Show your devotion to the world’s only openly extra-terrestrial band, the mighty GWAR, and pick up a copy of their amazing new album, ‘Lust In Space’ even if you have already. And don’t forget to check out 2009’s most awesome tour – experience the legend that is GWAR, some very special friends, and the soon-to-be-arriving war fleet of Cardinal Syn, this fall and winter in the following cities….HAIL GWAR!

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