Steel Panther are selling customized versions of their songs for $7,500. You can purchase one for yourself HERE after filling out an official questionnaire.
The band commented:
“Do you have a favorite Steel Panther song? How cool would it be if you could personalize the lyrics? Even take part in creating a custom version just for you or someone special?
Now you can.
For a limited time (until we can tour again) Steel Panther has a very special offer.
Pick any one of our songs and tell us who or what you want the rewrite to be about.
Take part in a custom rewrite of one of your faves. When the writing is done, we will record the new vocals and background vocals to the original tracks, and present you with a record quality remix to give to your BFF for Xmas , bar or bat mitzvahs, wedding, or whatever other special occasion you want.
It’s personal. It’s custom. It’s record quality. And it’s for a limited time.
Do a record with Steel Panther. You deserve it.
BOOK IT 👉 https://bit.ly/CustomPantherSong“
The following sample track was also shared:
Steel Panther have shared a “black metal” version of their “Let’s Get High Tonight” video. You can check that out below. This news comes after the band previously released a “boy band” version of the clip in June. The original version of the video, which can be found HERE, finds the group dressing up in styles associated with a number of different genres. The track appears on their latest album “Heavy Metal Rules.”
Steel Panther will be playing two drive-in concerts in Pennsylvania next month. The first one will take place in Pittsburgh at the Starlight Drive-In on September 11 and the second one will take place in Scranton at the Circle Drive-In on September 12.
The band commented
“Announcing the FAST CARS & LOUD GUITARS TOUR LIVE at the Drive-In!! In order to keep you socially and sexually distant, we’ll be performing LIVE on stage, broadcasting the performance on the movie screen with the audio available via an outdoor PA system as well as in everyone’s car!! TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW at steelpantherrocks.com!!”
“Bring your hot rod and hot dates to the concert event of the weekend. This ain’t your momma’s NASCAR. This is Steel Panther live and out of our cage in Los Angeles. You’re welcome Pennsylvania. Unfortunately, the local government has informed us that it is totally ILLEGAL to attend this concert naked. They blamed Covid; so please STILL wear a mask when you’re around strangers!”
During a recent appearance on “Dr Gong’s Drumcast,” Stix Zadinia confirmed that Steel Panther have been working on new material during their coronavirus downtime. The group currently have about eight or nine songs written and are considering releasing a new EP in 2021.
Zadinia said the following:
“Satchel [guitar] has been on a writing tear. He’s writing these great songs. I wish I could even tell you the titles — they’re so good.”
He went on to talk about the possibility of a new EP:
“We’ve done five full-length records. We’re talking about doing EP, ’cause we can do that quicker. And then we can put out another EP sooner. Instead of waiting so long between putting something out, we can do it in a shorter span of time. And I also feel like because of the way music is consumed these days that there’s a lot of songs on a 10-song record that just don’t get attention.”
He also added the following when asked about release plans:
“I feel like it’s first quarter of next year, if we’re gonna do it. We’re writing — we’re writing our ass off. I’m actually gonna go out to Vegas and write with Satchel for a few days. He’s in Vegas, and we’re just gonna go jam and see what happens. He already has eight or nine songs that are done, and they’re bitching.”
Steel Panther have announced another virtual concert. The show will be streamed live from the Drum Workshop in Oxnard, CA on August 16 and it will also feature various sketch comedy pieces. Tickets can be found HERE with a portion of the proceeds set to go towards a local animal rescue in Los Angeles, CA and Live Nation’s Crew Nation.
Steel Panther have shared a “boy band version” of their “Let’s Get High Tonight” video. You can check that out below. The original version of the video, which can be found HERE, finds the band dressing up in styles associated with a number of different genres. The track appears on their latest album “Heavy Metal Rules.” The group said the following about the new clip:
“Here’s a little something you didn’t know you needed!! Still can’t figure out why Lou Pearlman passed on us all those years ago…”
Steel Panther will be playing a virtual concert on June 7. The show will be livestreamed from Los Angeles, CA and tickets are available HERE. Proceeds will go towards Heavenly Pets Animal Rescue and Live Nation’s Crew Nation Fund.
The following was said about the show on the band’s official website:
“California rock legends and global philanthropists Steel Panther are gearing up for another first in their long and distinguished career. The band is going to be playing their first ever, completely live around the globe, socially distance abiding (band members will be 6’ away from each other too), virtual concert that they are calling the Concert To Save The World. The concert will take place on Sunday, June 7th from a sanitized, undisclosed location in Los Angeles that will feature full stage production and use multiple cameras to stream the event live on www.steelpantherrocks.com. The show will be live at 2:00PM Los Angeles time, 5:00PM New York City time, 10:00PM (22:00) London time, 11:00PM (23:00) Berlin time, 5:00AM (Monday morning) Hong Kong time and 7:00AM (Monday morning) Sydney time. The band will take breaks during the show and interact with the fans live around the globe. Tickets for the virtual concert will cost $15.00 each with proceeds from each ticket sold going to benefit Heavenly Pets Animal Rescue (the location that hosted the band’s recently announced All Day Kitty Cam) and Live Nation’s Crew Nation Fund (benefitting all touring personnel affected by the Covid-19 pandemic). Any fan who has purchased the band’s latest effect pedal The Butthole Burner prior to the concert will get a free ticket to the event. The band will also be giving away 3 pedals live during the event as well as a guitar, merchandise from longtime sponsor Monster Energy including a year’s supply of Monster, a Jambox, skateboard and other items. The Concert To Save The World is being sponsored by Monster Energy and tickets are available here: https://lnk.to/steelpantherlive.
‘This concert is guaranteed to, at the very least, have our microphones plugged in and facing the right direction.,’ explains Steel Panther. ‘We feel like heavy metal hasn’t been represented in any recent broadcasts. It is time to bring spandex and hairspray back to the forefront and ripping guitar solos into your living rooms. Additionally, Steel Panther would like to inform you that it is totally legal to attend this concert naked!’”
Steel Panther have teamed up with the Heavenly Pets animal rescue to launch an “All Day Kitty Cam.” Fans that tune in to the livestream will be able to see kittens from the shelter that are up for adoption and will also be able to donate money to help out with costs attained from the increase in abandoned pets due to the coronavirus pandemic. The band commented:
“We heard GivingTuesdayNow was May 5th and our early plan was to give away free Mexican beer for Cinco De Mayo, but the stupid virus ruined our plan. Fuck you, coronavirus. Then we heard about all the pussy being abandoned, we thought we had to do something because Steel Panther makes it no secret how much we love…. cats. We hope this stream can help our friends at Heavenly Pets and give people at home something cute to see.”
Steel Panther have premiered a new video for their song “Let’s Get High Tonight.” This track is from the band’s latest album “Heavy Metal Rules.”
Steel Panther and Sevendust have postponed their Australian/New Zealand tour due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s the new dates:
02/14 Auckland, NZ – Powerstation (no Sevendust)
02/16 Melbourne, AUS – Margaret Court Arena
02/18 Newcastle, AUS – NEX
02/19 Sydney, AUS – Hordern Pavilion
02/20 Brisbane, AUS – Eaton’s Hill