Steel Panther are the undisputed and self-described saviors of heavy metal. The band proved that fact once again on April 1 when their third album, 'All You Can Eat,' single-handedly saved the world from armageddon. This was documented in the music video for 'Party Like Tomorrow Is the End of the World,' so to praise Steel Panther further, we present to you this exclusive acoustic performance of the song.
Nothing More are quickly rising to the surface with their current single 'This Is the Time (Ballast),' and the video for the track gives you a more visual representation of that struggle. The clip, which may be one of the wettest videos in rock history, just debuted and you can see it above.
What was expected to be a fun night of hard rocking at the second night of FireFest turned violent in Lakewood, Ohio, near Cleveland, Saturday night (April 19), as local station 19 Action News reports that violence and gunfire erupted outside The Foundry club.
Welcome to the jungle, we've got fun 'n' games … and apparently those games are fueled by Gatorade! The thirst-quenching sports drink has selected the Guns N' Roses anthem 'Welcome to the Jungle' to soundtrack their latest advertisement, which also stars Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper.
Steel Panther have just released their latest masterpiece, 'All You Can Eat,' and once again, heavy metal has been saved. By now, we all know the tales told within the album, but what about the divine cover art? We've got the exclusive video of how Steel Panther created their personal version of The Last Supper for 'All You Can Eat.'
The death of Deep Purple keyboardist Jon Lord in 2012 was a big loss for those in the rock community, and to show how much respect he garnered, Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson, Yes' Rick Wakeman, Whitesnake's Mick Moody and Deep Purple's Glenn Hughes, Ian Paice and Don Airey all took part in a special tribute to the musician.