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Monument planned to honor GWAR lead singer Dave Brockie at Hollywood Cemetery

RICHMOND, Va. – On the fifth anniversary of GWAR lead singer Dave Brockie’s death, the band said plans are moving forward to remember the Richmond-based heavy-metal band’s longtime front man.

The band posted on Instagram that designs for a “memorial ledger” have been completed and submitted for approval.

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“If all goes well... It will be erected at Hollywood Cemetery later this year," the post reads.

Brockie, whose ashes are buried at the cemetery, died of a heroin overdose in Richmond in 2014.

“The death of Oderus was an almost insurmountable loss for GWAR, but Dave’s death was a far greater loss for the world," the band posted.

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