Rob Mosby Shock rock Artist

Nippleus Erectus was a drummer of GWAR (played by former White Cross member Rob Mosby), who did all the drumming for Hell-O. He is also credited for the drums on Scumdogs of the Universe, though it was Jizmak Da Gusha who played them. When Jizmak signs the Scumdogs album, he is known to cross out the picture of Nippleus as well. Erectus was replaced by Da Gusha after the former dissolved in hydrochloric acid. He tried to bathe in it, thinking it would cause hallucinations similar to LSD. GWAR lore alternately states that Erectus drank a gallon of bleach, believing it to be "Liquid Crack", thus causing himself to dissolve from within.

Musical acts

1.Gwar Heavy metal, Avant-garde metal, Shock rock, Thrash metal, Punk rock, Sludge metal, Viking metal, Hardcore punk, Crossover thrash, Comedy rock, Horror punk

1987 - 1988

Gwar, often styled as GWAR, is an American thrash metal band formed in Richmond, Virginia in 1984, composed of and operated by a frequently rotating line-up of musicians, artists and filmmakers collectively known as Slave Pit Inc. Easily identified by their distinctively grotesque costumes, the core thematic and visual concept of Gwar revolves around an elaborate science fiction-themed mythology which portrays the band members as barbaric interplanetary warriors, a narrative which serves as the basis for all of the band's albums, videos, live shows and other media. Rife with over-the-top violent, sexual and scatological humour typically incorporating social and political satire, Gwar have attracted both acclaim and controversy for their music and stage shows, the latter of which notoriously showcase enactments of graphic violence which result in the audience being sprayed with copious amounts of fake blood, thus regularly leading Gwar to be labeled as a "shock rock" band by the media.

Member history

Member Role Start End
Guitar 1984 1984
Guitar 1984 1986
Vocals 1985 1986
Greg Ottinger
1985 1986
1985 1985
Ben Eubanks
1985 1985
Tim Harriss
1986 1986
1986 1988
Heather Broome
1986 1986
Colette Miller
1986 1988
Drums 1987 1988
Dewey Rowell
Corey Smoot
Bass 1987 1993
Sleazy P. Martini
1988 2000
Techno Destructo
1988 2000
Backing Vocals 1988 2000
Percussion, Drums 1989
Jamison Land
Backing Vocals, Bass 2011
Kim Dylla
Vocals 2014
Flattus Maximus
Dave Musel
Oderus Urungus
Chuck Varga

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