One hell of a good time was just announced for this summer! GWAR fans get ready to travel Richmond, Virginia to celebrate a milestone in GWAR B-Q.

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“Come celebrate GWAR‘s 30th year of conquest on this fucking shit-hole planet at the most ear-bursting, bone-crushing, mouth-watering, belly-bursting, beer-guzzling, nut-bustingest party of this or any summer! The date is set for the sixth Annual GWAR B-Q: Aug 15, 2015 at Hadad’s Lake, Richmond, VA.

This amazing milestone in GWAR’s torrid history demands more than just a one-day party. The Scumdogs have set forth a slew of satellite events to be held in the Richmond area over the three-day weekend of Aug 14-16, 2015. GWAR fans will be busier and more fulfilled than during any time in their miserable existence!

Today, the official commercial for this year’s GWAR B-Q has been released. It can be found here:

GWAR-B-Q 2015 Commercial

Watch it, worship your lords and masters GWAR, share it, then watch it again!

In other GWAR news, your Lords and Masters will be traveling back in time to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the film, Empire Records, in which they had a starring role. GWAR will make an appearance during the anniversary celebration in Brooklyn, New York Apr 8-10, 2015. More details on GWAR’s invasion of Brooklyn can be seen here.

March 23, 2015 marked a sad anniversary in the GWAR family, as it was the one-year anniversary of founding member Dave Brockie’s (Oderus Urungus) final journey to Valhalla. We celebrate him on this day as we celebrate and worship him every day. Hail Oderus!”

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