Gwar - Lust In Space

7.1 | 41 votes |
Release date: 18 August 2009
Style: Alternative metal, Thrash metal, Hardcore, Punk


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01. Lust In Space
02. Let Us Slay
03. Damnation Under God
04. The UberKlaw
05. Lords And Masters
06. Metal Metal Land
07. The Price Of Peace
08. Where Is Zog?
09. Make A Child Cry
10. Release The Flies
11. Parting Shot
12. Gwarnography [bonus]

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Release dates:

18 Aug: N. America
21 Aug: Europe

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GWAR is very likely the most original thrash metal act out there; you just have to look at them to know what I mean. They are dressed as monsters from outer space and their live shows are just outrageous. This all contributes to their lyrical content, which isn't that serious either. Still, I count them as thrash metal because musically this album, Lust in Space (2009), is nothing more than aggressive, up-tempo thrash metal.

published 12.01.2012 | Comments (2)

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24.05.2010 - 08:00
Let Us Slay is a awesome song.
24.05.2010 - 21:07
Rating: 10
I like that album because of Let us slay
I like Powerwolf!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
25.08.2010 - 21:35
Rating: 10
Amazing cd...people on metalstorm are crazy for voting so low.
24.09.2010 - 18:09
daigle metal
You are right coolingsrock gwar is in my top 10 band of all time, its not because they'r scary that they cant play....cum in my anal cave!!!
02.12.2010 - 19:32
Gotta say Lords and Masters is my favourite.
speaking of Gwar, AUX tv's got a fucking awesome prize pack courtesy of Metalblade records, including drumsticks autographed by Gwar and their new CD, as well as an autographed copy of the Cannibal Corpse comic book and a ton of other shit that you dream about at night.

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06.03.2012 - 15:08
Rating: 9
Whoever voted this album so low is fucking deaf, this is a masterpiece, kicks the shit out of a lot of their old shit...
08.05.2016 - 15:09
Rating: 7
There's less of a thrash-centric approach to songwriting here, at least it seems to me that way anyway. The title track and many other songs seem a little slower and heavier, favouring an almost epic, ambitious tone over the hard slog of bashing out riff after riff. That said, it's still a fairly enjoyable record, the title track and "the Price of Peace" being two of my favourite GWAR songs.

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