For me, Punk has always been a state of mind. Anyone can be a Punk. You don’t have to wear leather or chains. That being said, you can if you want. I suppose what I’m getting at is that Punk is whatever you want it to be. It’s a personal thing. Ska/Punk is even more so, at least, for me it is.
Today, we’re taking a trip back to 1993. A world where Clarence and Alabama met, fell in love, got married and became unwitting cocaine dealers all in a matter of days. Does it sound unrealistic? Maybe so, but never-the-less- it’s a great story!
Metal has its share of interesting and unique acts, but few are more unique than GWAR. The band itself is rooted in a love of Punk and Heavy Metal, combined with a fascination with fantasy, gore, macabre, and outright political satire. To say that the band and its stage show are not for the faint of heart would be an understatement.