Gwar rolled the Black Death Rager World Tour over Higher Ground in Burlington, Vermont.
I wrote about the first show on this tour a while back, and I also wrote a little about Goatwhore’s performance at Higher Ground in separate posts (links below). I don’t want to repeat myself too much so I won’t ramble hereabouts – check out those recap notes in the earlier posts if you are interested. This entry exists because I had a few photos to put up that weren’t in the other bits.
Have a look at the bands’ links following the photos, and see them on the road this summer and fall.
The Native Howl is opening for Gwar on the Black Death Rager World Tour.
The Native Howl is a murder folk band that likes to refer to their music as thrash grass – a combination of thrash and bluegrass. They do have a harder edge than, say, Amigo The Devil, with the same general vibe. This band from Detroit had a lot of fans showing up for them last Thursday at the Gwar show, judging from the people I talked to in the long line waiting to get in.
This photo gallery completes the trilogy from that night. Go out and see The Native Howl, Nekrogoblikon, and Gwar this May and June. See the tour poster below for cities and dates.
Nekrogoblikon joins Gwar on the Black Death Rager World Tour.
We are adding this photo gallery to go along with the Gwar article from a couple days ago. Nekrogoblikon is traveling with Gwar on the May and June leg of the new tour, warming the crowd up right before the mighty warriors take the stage. Nekrogoblikon is an LA band that creates music concerning goblins. Heh-heh. It is fascinating guitar-based tongue-in-cheek hard electronic goblin folk rock with twinkling keys. They even have a goblin running around the stage during the live shows. The band released their fifth album just a few weeks ago, The Fundamental Slimes and Humours. Check out the link below to hear it on Bandcamp.