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.'
Even though the members of Steel Panther are from Los Angeles, they celebrated the release of their brand new album 'All You Can Eat' with an intimate gig in New York City. The very glamorous and hilarious group performed five acoustic songs in front of a small crowd at the legendary, high-end burlesque club The Box last night (April 1).
This is perfect! KISS, who have branded their own arena football team in Los Angeles, have invited fellow over-the-top rockers Steel Panther to serve as the halftime entertainment for L.A. KISS' first-ever home game.
Steel Panther are bringing heavy metal back once again with their third studio album, 'All You Can Eat.' The record will soak panties beginning April 1, but you can listen to Steel Panther's 'All You Can Eat' in its entirety right now!
Better clear some room on your schedule! That's because Steel Panther are planning to bring their new album 'All You Can Eat' to concert stages this spring. The hedonistic metal act will rock North America beginning May 3 in Seattle with a monthlong trek.
The members of Steel Panther have all nailed '17 Girls in a Row,' but the heavy metal band now has another impressive statistic to boast about. For the second year in row, Steel Panther has been voted Best Live Act in our Loudwire Music Awards.
Steel Panther fans, get your appetites ready, because the band has just unveiled full details of their upcoming album, 'All You Can Eat.' The disc hits stores April 1, and its artwork is an early contender for album cover of the year.
Steel Panther guitarist Satchel is one of the most talented shredders in heavy metal, but his days may be numbered. On Dec. 19, 11-year-old Aidan Fisher challenged Satchel to a shred-off in Kansas City during Steel Panther's performance at the Midland Theater. Fisher wowed the audience with his abilities and probably even stole most of Satchel's groupies after the show.
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