Throughout this video, lead guitarist of GWAR, Pustulus Maximus, speaks to a variety of assholes (and some celebrities) that he would like to remove from the planet Earth. Along with the likes of greedy ass billionaires Jeff Bezos of Amazon and Elon Musk of Tesla, SpaceX, and whatever bullshit, the GWAR guitarist also brings up KKK grand wizard and piece of shit David Duke.
If you are curious who else is involved in Pustulus Maximus’ top ten kill list, you can watch the video below:
What do you make of Pustulus Maximus’ list? GWAR are never shy to speak their mind when it comes to, well, anything!
For multiple decades now, the band have made for one of the most hilarious and interesting artistic forces to invade Earth. If you are interested in learning more about the band’s history, you should keep an eye on their upcoming documentary This Is GWAR. The film will appear on the horror movie streaming service Shudder; to learn more about the film, follow the link below:
We interviewed GWAR singer Blöthar the Berserker not too long ago; in our special two part interview, we talked about comic books, the band’s new record The New Dark Ages, and so much more. Below you will find a brief excerpt from one of our interviews, but you can also find the links to both interviews below.
[The Pit] What sort of geek stuff are you and the band into?
[Blothar]: The first way I even became aware of the band – because I wasn’t in it in the very beginning – the two guys who started it, Hunter Jackson and [the late] Dave Brockie, were both comic artists. They drew underground comics. That’s how I knew them, even before I knew them as musicians or anything else. I knew them as comic artists.
So GWAR was very influenced by the Zap style comics, Neato type comics – just comics from the ’70s and ’80s that were underground comics. Arcrom, S. Clay Wilson, the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers. And everybody in the band has always been into regular comics; Jack Kirby, all the Marvel and DC stuff. The human thralls of GWAR are a bunch of comic book geeks, science fiction nerds, and even gaming nerds.
A lot of the characters that we initially came up with were originally figures from fantasy role playing games.