Metal band Gwar launch chili sauce made from 'the blood of really hot chicks'

Gwar-B-Q sauce will launch next month at an event in Kansas City

Metal band Gwar launch chili sauce made from 'the blood of really hot chicks'
Metal band Gwar are set to put out their very own brand of hot sauce.

The band's guitar player Balsac, has said that Gwar-B-Q sauce "is mostly made out of the blood of really hot chicks." He adds that such a use is "a terrible waste of fine ass, but ultimately worth it because this sauce is absolutely delicious."

The Pitch reports that Gwar-B-Q will be unveiled at the Meat and Meet event in Kansas City on April 8.

Writing on their Facebook page, the band state: "Antarctic metal monsters Gwar are kicking off their spring run of dates with a special 'Meat and Meet' at the world-famous Grinders in Kansas City, MO." They add:

This event is not only for Gwar to drink and eat themselves into a bloated coma with their legions of slavering fans, but to announce and introduce their brand-new and 100% edible 'Gwar-B-Q' sauce, personally created for human consumption by none other than Gwar's steel-faced guitar player, Balsac, the Jaws of Death.


Gwar start the second leg of their North American Fate Or Chaos tour on April 10 in Tucson, winding up in Jacksonville on April 25.

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