Gwar frontman Dave Brockie, known professionally as Oderus Urungus (that's him on the left), was found dead Sunday evening in his Richmond, Va. home. He was 50. In his honor, let us revisit this delightfully unsavory late-2010 profile from Decibel magazine. RIP.
Commenting on topics as wide-ranging as the NCAA tournament, Peyton Manning's future, and "Canadian twit" Avril Lavigne, Gwar lead singer Oderus Urungus spent an hour on-set of The Dan Patrick Show this morning.
There are band profiles and there are Gwar profiles and then there's this: The first part of J. Bennett's monstrous, satisfyingly disturbing Gwar piece, "Slay Bells," is after the jump, courtesy of Decibel. Prepare for words that haunt.
Continuing our recent habit of saving our favorite stories until the end of the day, a rock band named Machuca was playing a show in Santiago, Chile. As tends to be the case for bands on tour, they gave a shoutout to the local soccer team, in this case, the University of Chile. Turned out to be a bit of a mistake; the…