GWAR guitar player dies

If you’re a fan of GWAR, then chances are you’ve  already heard that guitarist Cory Smoot was found dead yesterday.

“It is with a sense of profound loss and tragedy that the members of GWAR must announce the passing of their longtime guitarist and beloved friend Cory Smoot, also known to thousands of metal fans worldwide as Flattus Maximus. Cory was found deceased this morning as the band prepared for a border crossing. There is no word as to the cause of death and the members of GWAR are completely shocked and devastated that this has occurred.

“At this point, there is no word on arrangements and the disposition of the remainder of GWAR‘s current North American tour, nor are there any details regarding long-term plans.

“At this point, we are just dealing with the loss of our dear friend and brother, one of the most talented guitar players in metal today.

“We ask that our fans and the media be respectful of our request for privacy for those that have suffered this terrible loss. A full statement will be coming in the next day or so. In the meantime, please give your thoughts and your prayers to Cory, his family, and all the people that love him.”

Source: Blabbermouth

Now I’m not going to  pretend I was a big  GWAR fan like some would after an artist dies, but I did witness a GWAR show six years ago and it was fantastic.  When seeing  GWAR live , you get an awesome stage show,  slime/fake blood covered on you if you’re in the first few rows, fake weapons involved, violence, and a lot more that I can’t remember because I have bad memory.  Actually, I’m pretty sure I saw some boobies as well.  They just have so much crazy stuff going on.  It’s very entertaining for anyone to see live.

We at Dose Of Metal give our condolences to the family of Cory Smoot and to everyone in GWAR.

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