Steel Panther have announced some new fall shows with Wilson. Here’s the dates:
11/29 Chicago, IL – House Of Blues
11/30 Grand Rapids, MI – 20 Monroe Live
12/01 Sault Ste. Marie, MI – Kewadin Casino
12/02 Detroit, MI – The Fillmore
12/04 Cleveland, OH – House Of Blues
12/06 Indianapolis, IN – Egyptian Room at Old National Center
12/07 Madison, WI – The Sylvee (‘JJO Yellow Snow Ball‘)
12/08 Ft. Wayne, IN – Piere’s
12/09 St. Louis, MO – The Pageant
Steel Panther’s Satchel has shared a video of himself demoing a prototype build of his controversial “Pussy Melter” effects pedal. The guitarist previously faced backlash over the pedal due to people finding it sexist and disgusting. However, the band have since launched pre-orders for a limited edition run of it.
Steel Panther guitarist Satchel recently faced backlash over a new guitar pedal effect called the “Pussy Melter” due to people finding it sexist and disgusting. Now, the band have announced a limited edition run of the pedal and it can be pre-ordered HERE.
The group commented:
“We respect and love the freedom of speech afforded all citizens in the U.S. We support the right for all people to express themselves no matter where they are in the world. We welcome all races, genders and sexual orientations at our shows – shows that celebrate everyone’s individuality through partying, and of course a love of heavy metal.
As clearly stated by Satchel when it was originally developed, the sound being created by the Pussy Melter tone pack was intended to bring pleasure to females who heard it. Steel Panther is happy to announce that we are now offering pleasurable eargasms to everyone. The Pussy Melter distortion pedal is now available for pre-order in our official store, https://lnk.to/pussymelter.
This limited edition pedal will only be available until October 1, at which point orders will begin shipping.”
Steel Panther are set to perform at the 2018 Rock to Recovery benefit show. This year the event, which is set to take place on September 15 at the Fonda Theater in Hollywood, CA, will honor Moby and it will be hosted by Bryan Fogel. Former Korn guitarist Wesley Geer founded Rock to Recovery in 2012 as a way to give non-musicians access to the healing powers of music. This includes helping people recovering from PTSD, alcoholism, drug addiction, depression, and cancer treatments.
Steel Panther guitarist Satchel and TC Electronic are facing backlash over a new guitar pedal effect called the “Pussy Melter.” Various artists and more have called the name and description sexist and disgusting, and the product has now been pulled from the site. To be fair, this is something one would expect from Steel Panther and members of the band have just decided to laugh it off.
I’m working overtime with TC Electronics to re-release the “pussy melter” tone print under the less offensive, more politically correct name of the “Butthole Burner”. Don’t worry- it will still melt your pussy, ladies.
The initial lineup has been revealed for the 2018 Force Fest. The event will take place on October 6-7 in Teotihuacan, Mexico, and it will include: System Of A Down, Slayer, Alice In Chains, NOFX, Carcass, The Used, Scars On Broadway, Dee Snider, Steel Panther, Sacred Reich, DevilDriver, Dokken, Pop Evil, Comeback Kid, Dark Funeral, Pestilence, Armored Saint, Asesino, Hypno5e, Black Dog Prowl, Akasha, and more.
A special “Strange 80s 2” benefit concert will be held at The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, CA on October 12 and it will feature a number of musicians covering various 80s songs. All of the proceeds will go towards 320 Changes Direction. Here’s who will perform: Noodles (The Offspring), Adrian Young (No Doubt), Joe Trohman (Fall Out Boy/The Damned Things), Corey Taylor (Slipknot/Stone Sour), Scott Ian (Anthrax/The Damned Things), Wes Borland (Limp Bizkit), Deryck Whibley (Sum 41), Frank Zummo (Sum 41), Dave Kusher (ex-Velvet Revolver), Jaret Reddick (Bowling For Soup), Dan Konopka (OK Go), Chris Kirkpatrick (*NSYNC), The Regrettes, Marko DeSantis (Sugarcult), Pearl Aday, Carré Callaway (Queen Kwong), Richard Patrick (Filter), Jonathan Radtke (ex-Filter), Steel Panther, and Telle Smith (The Word Alive).