Following the tragic death of frontman Oderus Urungus, GWAR decided to open a restaurant in their native Richmond, VA, one of the singer's greatest aspirations. Due to a hugely successful indiegogo campaign, the whole Rock-Band-Gone-Restaurateurs process has gone much more quickly than they'd originally anticipated.

According to the Washington Post, the food establishment, called GWARbar, will serve “intergalactic junk food” like “house-made hot dogs, freshly ground burgers, and ‘nuggets’ marrying duck and chicken meat,” as opposed to the bodily oddities originally promised. (No semen milkshakes will be served here, thank you very much.)

The restaurant will look like "GWAR’s Antarctic stronghold,” and appear as if "forged from ice, glass, steel, and stone." GWARbar will not only serve food, but also booze, with cocktails like GWAR Impaled Pale Ale and the Alien Secretion.

Oderus Urungus would be proud.

Watch the guys talk about GWARbar below.