Posted in metal | music | pictures on February 21, 2011

photos by Chris La Putt

GWAR

Gwar played an intimate, high-energy, sold-out, blood-filled show with a setlist full of classics at Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn last night (2/20). Sarah Palin was not in the house unfortunately, but Lady Gaga was. Other characters that made appearances included Sawborg Destructo, Bonesnapper, and of course the slaves. Sleazy P. Martini was nowhere to be found.

Favorite audience member award goes to the girl who was holding up the big sign that simply said "Seculorum of a Goat." If I had only seen her doing that in the middle of the moshpit, I may have not been a fan, but I first experienced her on the street outside the venue where she was running up to people and just screaming "A goat!!! Seculorum of a Goat!!". I still have no idea what it means, but it was awesome.

The setlist was a great mix of old and news, and like when I saw them recently in Austin, they closed with one of their best and most famous songs which is now 21 years old, "Sick of You." It's the perfect show closer, so I'm glad Oderus is not sick of singing it (or maybe he is).

Mobile Deathcamp and Mensrea both opened the show. Gwar is now on tour. More pictures and the setlist from the Brooklyn show, below...

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Comments (7)

The more dead bodies, the better.

Posted by Anonymous | February 21, 2011 5:30 PM

correction: techno destructo was NOT part of the show.

Dave Brockie (Oderus) hung out with everyone at the bar after the show (as did Alex Skolnick)

Great time but I wish there were a few more of those hits.

Posted by Anonymous | February 21, 2011 5:39 PM

^ That must've been a hoot.

Would've loved to chill with Captain Brockie at the bar. Sounded like fun!

Posted by Anonymous | February 21, 2011 5:47 PM

"correction: techno destructo was NOT part of the show."

shit, you're right. fixed, thanks

Posted by brooklynvegan | February 21, 2011 6:09 PM

Same ol' same ol'

Posted by Anonymous | February 21, 2011 11:44 PM

Perfectly composed content material , Really enjoyed reading .

Posted by miniclip | August 30, 2012 7:55 AM

^ dumb as fuck right there

Posted by Anonymous | August 30, 2012 8:22 AM

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