The Softer Side of GWAR

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Ah, Gwar; the answer to the question, “What would have happened if Gene Simmons had been mentored by Satan instead of Amazo the Magician?”
Whether you like them or not, there’s no one else like them. In the effort to prove that even more, this Sunday March 18, Oderus Urungus will lead the band in a Dear Abbie style show on Fuse TV. The format will include the opportunity for fans to send in a video along with their relationship question and a pic to be given the magnificence of relationship advice only possible from a man wearing a two foot prosthetic penis.
This will also be the official kick-off for their media blitz concerning their new tour that starts Friday March 16 in Richmond. Even though this will be the first tour without the presence of Cory Smoot as Flattius Maximus, after his tragic passing from coronary artery disease, it’s expected to be a fitting tribute and the usual GWAR heavy metal theatrics experience like no other.
If you want to get in on the sage advice for your love life, email a video of your story and your love question to: Be sure to include your full name, email, phone number and permission to use your video for the show, and have fun.

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