GWAR Returns to “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” Show Oct. 27

Obviously, Jimmy Fallon is a very astute individual and a lover of all things disgustingly GWARian.  Fallon have invited GWAR back for an October 27th show which is almost the exact date a year ago that they performed on his show (check out last year’s video performance below). The show will be part of their “Return of the World Maggot” tour which is set to begin next week.

“We are overjoyed that Jimmy had the good sense to invite us back”, declared front-thing Oderus Urungus (whose tweets are hilarious — follow him @therealoderus) “as we had planned to return anyway. Now Fallon can do the show with his head still attached to his body.”

GWAR is set to hit the road starting Oct. 18th, along with Every Time I Die and either GHOUL or Warbeast (depending on where in the country you are), for a six-week tour.

Oderus had this to say about the upcoming slaughter-fest – “Ever since we acquired a Skumship (GWAR’s intergalactic war-barge), we have had to spend more time off-planet, you know, killing stuff, so we couldn’t visit as many shit-hole clubs as we would normally. That means all you GWAR bohabs will have to show your devotion by driving endless miles in dangerous vehicles just so you can be ripped into shreds and have your girlfriend devoured by a giant worm.”

GWAR has revealed that the brutal hazing ritual required of any new member is finally over, and that they are pleased to announce that Louisville musician Jamison Land has landed the coveted spot of personal man-servant to GWAR bass player Beefcake the Mighty.

Said Land, “I’m ecstatic to be a part of GWAR, it is a dream come true. My first GWAR show was in 1994 at the age of 15. At 18 I worked in a club in Louisville, KY, and I got to make GWAR’s deli-tray. I was so proud.”

Jamison, who for years has been a member of Louisville punk band The Burial , continued-“I feel a bit sore…the initiation is brutal. I probably won’t be able to sit down for a week!”



10/18 Charlotte, NC @ Amos’ Southend

10/19 Norfolk, VA @ The NorVa

10/20 Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club

10/21 Worcester, MA @ The Palladium

10/22 Clifton Park, NY @ Northern Lights

10/23 New York, NY @ Irving Plaza

10/24 Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues

10/25 Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Concert Theatre

10/26 Grand Rapids, MI @ The Intersection

10/28 Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave

10/29 Detroit, MI @ Harpo’s

10/30 Indianapolis, IN @ The Vogue

10/31 Chicago, IL @ House of Blues

11/01 Sauget, IL @ Pop’s

11/02 Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue

11/04 Edmonton, AB @ Edmonton Event Centre

11/05 Calgary, AB @ MacEwan Hall Ballroom

11/07 Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom

11/08 Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo

11/09 Portland, OR @ Roseland Theatre

11/10 Medford, OR @ Medford Armory

11/11 San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom

11/12 West Hollywood, CA @ House of Blues

11/13 Pomona, CA @ Glasshouse

11/14 Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre

11/15 Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theater

11/16 Denver, CO @ The Summit Music Hall

11/18 Austin, TX @ East Side Drive In

11/19 Dallas, TX @ House of Blues

11/20 Houston, TX @ House of Blues

11/21 New Orleans, LA @ The Hangar

11/22 Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade

11/23 Tampa, FL @ Green Iguana Stadium

11/25 Raleigh, NC @ Lincoln Theatre

11/26 Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory

11/27 New Haven, CT @ Toad’s Place




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