Gwar Live Concert Photos Chad Lee Photography
Gwar concert photos , all images ©Chad Lee Photography.
November 2, 2005 at had the distinct pleasure of being killed on stage by the band
Gwar Concert Photos
12-2, 2014 Nashville Tennessee Exit In
April 22, 2013 Nashville, Tn – Marathon Music Works
April 23, 2012 Marathon Music Works Nashville, Tn
November 4, 2009 Louisville, Ky Expo Five
10-5-2007 milwaukee, wi the rave
October 31, 2006 Milwaukee, Wi
July 8 , 2005 Tinley Park, Il Tweeter Center
11-2-2005 chicago, il house of blues . on this night i had the distinct pleasure of being killed on stage !
11-20-2005 hollywood, ca key club
November 15. 2004 Milwaukee, Wi
10-31-2002 milwaukee, wi the rave
GWAR, is an American rock band formed in Richmond, Virginia in 1984. operated by a rotating line-up of musicians, artists and filmmakers known as Slave Pit Inc.. Following the death of frontman and lead singer Dave Brockie in 2014. the group has continued without any original members.
Gwar’s visual concept revolves around an elaborate science fiction-themed mythology. which portrays the band members as barbaric interplanetary warriors, a narrative which serves as the basis for all of the band’s albums, videos, live shows and other media. Rife with over-the-top violent, sexual, and scatological humour typically incorporating social and political satire, Gwar have attracted both acclaim and controversy for their music and stage shows, the latter of which notoriously showcase enactments of graphic violence that result in the audience being sprayed with copious amounts of fake blood, urine, and semen. Such stagecraft regularly leads Gwar to be labeled a “shock rock” band by the media.
Gwar have released thirteen studio albums, two live albums, and numerous singles among other recordings, have sold over 820,000 records in the United States. they experienced brief mainstream notoriety during the first half of the 1990s, receiving regular airplay on MTV as well as frequent in-character guest appearances on daytime talk shows, satirizing the topics of censorship and media violence. Though the band’s mainstream popularity declined by the end of the 1990s, Gwar has retained a dedicated cult following. The band’s extensive videography consists of both live recordings and long-form feature films, most notably 1992’s Phallus in Wonderland, which earned a Grammy Award nomination for Best Long Form Music Video.