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Album Review

When over-the-top theatrical metallists GWAR first appeared on the scene back in the late ‘80s, surely, many critics and detractors figured that the group would be a fast-fading fad. But as the years have accumulated, the group's massive cult following has only grown larger, with each successive new album and gore-tour. And the chaps are still at it on their eleventh studio album overall, 2009's Lust in Space (whose album cover appears to be directly modeled after Kiss' Love Gun). As you'd expect from previous GWAR albums, the blueprint remains the same on Lust (which sees the group return to their original record label, Metal Blade). In other words, gloriously stupid metal ditties such as the album-opening title track, "Metal Metal Land," and "The Price of Peace," all of which seem custom-made for the concert stage (with lots of scream-along choruses that will sound even more delightful when blasting live from a blood-soaked stage). With Lust in Space, the GWAR metal machine continues to steamroll along, leaving a path of grizzly gore.


Formed: Richmond, VA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

GWAR (popularly thought to be an acronym for God What an Awful Racket, despite the band's protests to the contrary) are thrash metal's answer to the more mainstream satire of Spinal Tap. Gory, sexually perverse, and scatological in the extreme, GWAR were formed at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond as an experiment in marketing strategy by several musicians, art students, and dancers. The group claimed to consist of all-powerful interplanetary warriors, descended from aliens...
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