Petition Aims To Have GWAR Experience A Wardrobe Malfunction At The 2015 Super Bowl Half Time Show

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Jeff Cantrell of Morehead, KY has decided that enough is enough. He’s seen way too many boring pop acts at the annual Super Bowl and he can’t take it anymore. For a sport that’s as violent, intense, and potentially injury-causing as football, the musical show casings of the Halftime acts over the past several years have simply not met to those standards. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. Boring, tame, and ultimately empty, Cantrell has decided that it’s time to spice things up.

This is where Change.org enters the picture. Cantrell organized a petition that asks Greg Aiello, Senior Vice President of Communications for the NFL, to allow GWAR to be the Halftime performance act in 2015. Cantrell writes several reasons, including, “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.

For those who believe that this is a worthy endeavor that deserves your voice, head on here and bring the Scumdogs of the Universe to millions of TV sets around the world!

Meanwhile, GWAR will be releasing their new album Battle Maximus tomorrow. Pre-order your copy here. Head on belwo to hear “Madness At The Core Of Time”.

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  • Voorhees83

    For as much as I’d like to see Gwar perform the Superbowl Halftime show, this petition is a waste of time. Gwar will never ever perform at the Superbowl. Pop acts perform at the Superbowl show simply because they are popular.

    • JonathanBarkan

      I completely agree. But we still have to raise our voices to let people know that we want something different. If we just sit back and accept what we’re spoon fed, it’s only going to get worse.

      • Voorhees83

        For shits and giggles, I signed the petition.

        • JonathanBarkan

          You’re the hero we need but not the one we deserve. Bless you.