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Live Shots: GWAR keeps the masks *on* at The Regency

Monster rock delights the mosh pit, with openers Napalm Death and Eyehategod coming strong

GWAR come to destroy, and on November 22nd, The Regency Ballroom was ready for annihilation. The legendary monster rock crew did not disappoint its masked minions while introducing them to the live version of tracks from new LP Blood Of Gods—and opening sets from grindcore Brits Napalm Death and Nola sludge rockers Eyehategod set the stage. Photographer Jon Bauer was on the scene to capture the guts and gore, enjoy!

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