GWAR releases video for “Viking Death Machine”. Watch it here!

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The mighty GWAR are about to embark on a North American tour and to celebrate they have released an animated video for ‘Viking Death Machine’ which you can check out below;

We are remaining hopeful that GWAR will be heading over to Europe to punish the many legions of ‘Scumdogs’ who have waited patiently for their return in some cases their debut performance in many countries including Ireland.

Check out the official statement from the band below;

Human Scum! It is now that time of year and your Lords and Masters GWAR will soon awaken from their Antarctic slumber to devastate North America once again.

The “Gore, Core, Metal and More” tour will be co-headlined by GWAR and the mighty Hatebreed! This rolling heavy metal nightmare kicks off October 7th, following an appearance from GWAR at the Rock Allegiance Festival in Camden, NJ on October 6th. A complete list of all dates can be found below.
Before the tour begins, GWAR is pleased as a bowl of bloody punch to share with you the new video for their epic song “Viking Death Machine,” taken from their latest opus, 2017’s The Blood of Gods, a masterpiece of obscenity chronicling the rise of humanity against their makers, and the massive battle between GWAR and the forces of all that is uptight and wrong with the world. The video was created by Makinita Silva, an Ecuadorian masked Luchador who is also an independent 2-D animator.

Of the video, Blothar has the following to say: “Humans, are you ready to ride the ‘Viking Death Machine’? Our latest video is a faithful animated schlockumentary depicting my harrowing, blood-drenched defeat of the Load Warriors and the other denizens of Saturday morning raceway hijinks, including all of my fellow bandmates in GWAR. I am delighted to take my rightful place as the King of Cartoon Violence, and champion of the first annual Suck-It-Up-Butter Cup! Watch the video now! It’ll make you shit.

Overdrive spoke to Blothar upon the release of their recent album, “The Blood of Gods” earlier this year. Get the full feature via this link.

Watch the video below:

Oran O’Beirne