Steel Panther On The Prowl

Shimmy into your best spandex and dust off those hair extensions.  On a mission to bring 80-style metal to the masses, Steel Panther snarls out a spring tour beginning in Seattle.  Stops include Denver, Houston, Philadelphia and New York.

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Rock On The Range, Crew Stadium, Columbus, Ohio

The glory days of metal come alive once again with Steel Panther. The band is touring in support of its new album, All You Can Eat, arriving April 1.  With songs like “Gloryhole,” “Pussywhipped,” “Bukkake Tears” and “Gangbang At The Old Folks Home” the band clearly shows where it is coming from and it isn’t the world of Simon & Garfunkel.  For one thing, doesn’t asterisk-out parts of song titles on Paul & Art’s albums.

Featuring Michael Starr on vocals, Satchel on guitar, bassist Lexxi Foxx, and Stix Zadinia on drums, Steel Panther’s recently released video for “Party Like Tomorrow Is the End Of The World” was directed by “Daily Show” contributor Rob Riggle who also worked on the “21 Jump Street” movie and “The Other Guys” film.  “The Burden Of Being Wonderful” was directed by the writer and producer of “Family Guy” and “The Cleveland Show,” Kirker Butler.

Because the video for “Party Like Tomorrow Is The End Of The World” doesn’t waste time delving into some of the more decadent of the genre’s traditions/stereotypes, we’ll just give you the link and you can hassle  with YouTube’s attempts to have only mature audiences view the piece.  However, the video for “The Burden Of Being Wonderful” is safe for the masses.

Here are the dates:

May 3 – Seattle, Wash., The Showbox SoDo
May 4 – Portland, Ore., McMenamins Crystal Ballroom
May 7 – Denver, Colo., Ogden Theatre
May 8 – Wichita, Kan., The Cotillion
May 10 – Oklahoma City, Okla., Diamond Ballroom
May 11 – Houston, Texas, House Of Blues
May 13 – Lake Buena Vista, Fla., House Of Blues
May 15 – North Myrtle Beach, S.C., House Of Blues
May 16 – Silver Spring, Md., The Fillmore Silver Spring
May 17 – Philadelphia, Pa., Theatre Of The Living Arts
May 18 – Sayreville, N.J., Starland Ballroom
May 20 – Montreal, Quebec, Metropolis
May 21 – Boston, Mass., House Of Blues Boston
May 23 – Hampton Beach, N.H., Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
May 24 – Portland, Maine, Asylum
May 26 – Toronto, Ontario, Sound Academy
May 27 – New York, N.Y., Irving Plaza Powered By Klipsch
May 28 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Stage AE
May 29 – Cleveland, Ohio, House Of Blues
May 31 – Kansas City, Mo., Liberty Memorial Park (“Rockfest” Kansas City)
June 1 – Dallas, Texas, Gexa Energy Pavilion

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