View Full Version : GWAR -- Austin, TX -- November 18th, 2011

11-19-2011, 11:47 AM
Zombies, March!
A Gathering Of Ghouls
Storm Is Coming
Eighth Lock
Crack In The Egg
Bring Back The Bomb
Immortal Corruptor
Hail, Genocide!
KZ Necromancer
Metal Metal Land
Let Us Slay
Damnation Under God
The Uberklaw
Ham On The Bone
The Salaminizer
Sick Of You

Show was listed at the East Side Drive-In on GWAR's website, the shirts, and in a couple of ads for the show, however it was moved to the Marchesa Hall at the last minute.

Warbeast put on an amazing show, as did GWAR. I don't really care about Every Time I Die, so I didn't pay much attention to them. I'm assuming they had the same setlist that they had on previous dates.

GWAR made a few remarks about their fallen brother. Some were more light-hearted ("he only thinks he got away", "on his escape, Flattus must have stopped off for a slushie at...Metal Metal Land!"), and some were more tragic ("and unfortunately we can't bring back Flattus Maximus...", "this one's for Cory Smoot!"). His guitar was placed to the right of the Maggot (facing the stage) by the amplifiers and a portrait of him reading "Rest in Pieces" was brought onstage during the end of the show, and a guestbook was placed by the merch booth for fans to sign in honor of Flattus.

I'd highly recommend going to see this show if it comes to your area. GWAR shirts were $25, drumsticks were $10, as were belt buckles and necklaces (if I recall correctly). They also had a GWAR frisbee for the same price as the shirts.

11-20-2011, 03:52 AM
Why buy drumsticks when you can catch them? ;)

Epidemic Reign
11-20-2011, 03:58 AM
This is the first time I've heard of drumsticks or Frisbees being sold at a concert.