By Ariana Bacle
Updated September 18, 2014 at 11:20 PM EDT
Jose Calvo

When GWAR founder and frontman David Brockie, known as Oderus Urungus, died this past March the sci-fi metal band took a break and didn’t try to regroup for months. But now, GWAR is getting back on their feet and even have added another voice to the group: Vulvatron, according to Wondering Sound.

Vulvatron, who joins fellow vocalist Beefcake the Mighty, is the first female to join since 2000. The singer, whose non-stage name is Kim Dylla, joined the band onstage for the first time at Chicago’s Riot Fest Sept. 12 wearing a spiky, purple, butt-baring get-up.

Although she hasn’t made any official announcements about her new status as GWAR vocalist on her social media accounts, Vulvatron did post a selfie Wednesday with an in-character caption: “After analysis of interaction on your primitive social media networks, I have achieved fluency in your #selfie systems.”