Gwar Announces “Needle In A Bloodbath” Guitar Giveaway With Dean Guitars
GWAR and Dean Guitars are stoked to announce the “Needles in a Bloodbath Contest” What is the “Needles in a Bloodbath Contest”? Here are the details. Fans must take a picture of themselves holding one of the following three items 1) A copy of the new GWAR album Lust in Space, 2) Your concert ticket to one of the GWAR dates on their current US tour, 3) A Dean guitar, better yet take a picture of yourself with all three items. Once you have your picture taken post it as a comment on the Dean Guitars Official MySpace “Bloodbath Contest” blog at www.myspace.com/officialDeanGuitars Four fans will be “chosen” as grand prize winners and they will be presented with a one of a kind Dean MLX guitar, that has been painted, decorated, desecrated and autographed by GWAR.
GWAR bassist BEEFCAKE THE MIGHTY made the following proclamation about the “Needles in a Bloodbath Contest” “Your Lords and Masters, GWAR, have teamed up with the fine folks at Dean Guitars to bring you the most brutal contest in the history of the Universe! Just follow the instructions (dumbed down for your puny minds) for your chance to win a one of a kind Dean guitar personally signed, defaced, and defiled by GWAR! Good luck, scum!”
GWAR will perform the song “Let Us Slay” on Fearless Music TV this Saturday, November 7. The show will air at 12:30 a.m. on Fox 5 in New York City. If you are not in New York City, check out the time and channel listing at the Fearless Music web site to find out when and where else the program will air. Before and after the episode airs, go to the Fearless Music web site http://www.fearlessmusic.com and vote for GWAR! The band that receives the highest amount of votes will be featured again on next week’s episode.
“Let Us Slay”, the new video from GWAR, can be viewed below. The clip was shot in Richmond, Virginia by director David Brodsky (SUICIDE SILENCE, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, WHITECHAPEL) and his MyGoodEye crew.
GWAR’s new album, Lust In Space, sold around 5,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 96 on The Billboard 200 chart.