Slave Pit Records or Slave Pit Inc. is the independent record label created for releasing projects by GWAR and related side projects such as Mensrea and Locus Factor.
- Hunter Jackson rents a studio in an old Richmond Dairy building, intending to shoot a space pirate movie entitled "Scumdogs of the Universe". He names his studio "The Slave Pit".
- Two costumes are completed and Death Piggy moves to the Dairy building.
- Mike Delaney moves into the Dairy building and names his studio "The Swamp".
- Chuck Varga moves to Richmond and moves in with Delaney.
- Don Drakulich rents studio space in the Dairy building and ultimately moves in.
- Many new artists and bands move into the Dairy building.
- Slave Pit, The Swamp, and Don's studio begin prop production for GWAR performances.
- Renovations to the Dairy building force many tenants out and prop production moves to a tobacco warehouse a few miles away.
- Slave Pit is soon kicked out of the tobacco warehouse and returns to Don's cramped Dairy space.
- The artists solidify from a loose collaboration to real members of GWAR; consisting of Don Drakulich, Chuck Varga, Mike Bonner, Scott Krahl, Dave Musel, and Dave Brockie.
- In October, 801 W. Broad St. is rented as a new Slave Pit.
- In October, the first complete North American tour coast to coast.
- The North American tour aptly named Death Tour 89 begins.
- In February, Phallus in Wonderland released.
- First GWAR-B-Que at the Slave Pit.
Slave Pit Inc Timeline
Retrieved on August 14, 2008.