GWAR Wants to Play Super Bowl Halftime Show

For the love of everything metal please let's make this happen!! It's been decided already that this year Bruno Mars will be taking the stage during the halftime show but that doesn't mean we can't start planning for the Super Bowls to come. The NFL and whatever network is carrying the game always plays it safe with the halftime music apart from a few exceptions over the last few years. After the Janet Jackson incident they want to make double sure that no one is going the fuck around and do something that might offend someone but in this day and age that's nearly impossible. Reading the complaints each year after the Super Bowl makes me shake my head but then again you can't make everyone happy. So why not go full throttle and say fuck it and get GWAR to play the Super Bowl. They feel it's time to expose America to their greatness on a grand scale like the Super Bowl halftime show,

"The time for GWAR to address the nation is NOW. Every year people complain about who the halftime show is going to feature, now we are telling you who we want: WE WANT GWAR in 2015! Why should articles like "Bruno Mars Announced For Super Bowl Halftime Show, Gwar Waits Until Next Year (Again)" (from Screen Junkies) be a joke? We don't want another year of sitting around talking through a muted, boring NFL Super Bowl halftime show. We want something different. We want a real spectacle that only GWAR can provide. Doesn't the NFL want more viewers? Don't advertisers want more people paying attention? This way everyone wins. Plus, GWAR's relationship with American football is one of the strongest in music. Front man Dave Brockie writes a football column for MetalSucks.com called "Necessary Roughness" even the "The Dan Patrick Show" has an Oderous mask on display. It's been suggested by Sports Illustrated that GWAR should become mascots! NFL must listen to the people. GWAR is more American than apple pie."

You can sign the petition over at change.org  and it looks like they only need 5,409 more signatures before the NFL will take a look at it.

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