Steel Panther are men of simple tastes, and most of those tastes reside in the neither regions of their female fans. Before our recent interview with Steel Panther, we asked our readers to send in some fan mail for band, and naturally, the questions all arrived written on an assortment of panties!
Steel Panther, the greatest heavy metal band in the history of this article, recently graced us with their presence for a video interview. The quartet came in ready to bare all, and that's exactly what they did. Along with giving us some info on their upcoming third studio album, the band took us through your run-of-the-mill, everyday touring stories, such as snoring groupies and accidentally frequenting gay bars.
The members of Steel Panther don't just come together to form the greatest heavy metal band of all time, the rest of their bodies do, too. Zing! The men known as Starr, Satchel, Foxx and Stix are also experts in Mother's Day gift giving, as witnessed in a new self-help segment from the group.
During a time when tragedy has rocked the city of Boston to its core, Steel Panther rolled into town ‘Balls Out,’ offering a bit of escapism wrapped up nicely in leopard print and spandex. Albeit it for a one night stand only, their show last night (April 17) provided a much needed dose of music-inspired therapy for a strong city that’s slowly putting the pieces back together after a long and devastating week.
Comedic hair metal heroes Steel Panther have the chops to steal the show wherever they decide to drop their equipment, but in one of the strangest pieces of news we've heard this year, Steel Panther have kinda been invited to wreak havoc on a celebrity wedding. That's right, Steel Panther are threatening to perform at the wedding of Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger and pop princess Avril Lavigne.
Heavy metal's living (as of this post) legends Steel Panther have been making progress on their upcoming third full-length album. Since the release of 'Balls Out' in October 2011, Steel Panther presumably have been celebrating the album's success with mountains of cocaine covered in groupies, but after finally coming down from the binge, the Los Angeles quartet are back in the studio.
Live Act of the Year proved to not only be one of the most popular categories of the 2012 Loudwire Music Awards, but also the most surprising in terms of the final result. With monster acts such as Metallica and Slipknot breathing down their necks, comedic heavy metal act Steel Panther have captured the crown of Live Act of the Year.