War Party is the ninth studio album by the band Gwar. It was released on October 26, 2004, being the band's first album in DRT Entertainment. After Violence Has Arrived, Gwar switched labels from Metal Blade to DRT Entertainment. War Party was released on October 26, 2004, and continues the decidedly heavier focus reintroduced in Violence Has Arrived
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War Party is the most political Gwar album since America Must Be Destroyed, tackling such subject matter as the 2004 American election and the war in Iraq in such songs as "Bring Back the Bomb", "Krosstika", "War Party", "The Reaganator" and "You Can't Kill Terror" basically Gwar pledges support to the powers who support the war, and we make such a right-wing statement that the right wing would be ashamed to have u. War Party was supported in fall 2004 by the Mock the Vote tour. The Enhanced CD portion contains a music video for "Womb With A View", which shows a plethora of concert footage from their spring 2004 tour. Brockie was especially favourable about this album, as it continues with a heavier musical direction for the band.