GWAR To Perform On 'The Howard Stern Wrap-Up Show'

October 27, 2016

For the first time ever, GWAR will invade the Howard Stern compound to perform on "The Howard Stern Wrap-Up Show" this coming Monday, October 31. The band is set to play two songs, including a GWAR favorite and a special surprise that Stern fans will immediately recognize.

"The Howard Stern Wrap-Up Show" is hosted by Gary Dell'Abate and Jon Hein and airs at 11:00 a.m. EST with repeats throughout the day on the Howard Stern channels on SiriusXM, Howard 100 and Howard 101.

"We are very excited that Howard and his crew have decided to bring their already low moral standards down a notch to have GWAR as a guest on 'The Wrap Up Show'," said guitarist Pustulus Maximus.

GWAR will stop tonight in Norfolk, Virginia and steamroll through the Northeast, capping everything off with their Halloween performance on Monday, October 31 in New Haven, Connecticut. DARKEST HOUR and MUTOID MAN will provide support on the tour dates.

In addition, members of GWAR have announced two special book-signing appearances for "Let There Be GWAR", their career-spanning memoir. "Let There Be GWAR" is a comprehensive behind-the-scenes history of the most outrageous shock rock band of all time. GWAR fans will cherish this oversized hardcover book chock full of fascinating first-hand accounts and rare, never-before-seen photographs.

The first signing is on October 29 in Brooklyn, New York at Rough Trade and takes place from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. and will feature appearances by the one and only JiZMak da Gusha, manager Sleazy P. Martini, Sawborg Destructo and longtime GWAR member and book author Bob Gorman.

The second signing is on November 19 at Atomic Books in Baltimore, Maryland and takes place from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and will feature appearances by the one and only JiZMak da Gusha, Blothar the Berserker, Beefcake The Mighty and Gorman.

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