Band of The Month: Steel Panther Rock ’17 Girls in a Row’ (Exclusive Performance)
The spandex-clad hard rock parodists of Steel Panther deliver a hilariously badass dose of rock n’ roll glory-days nostalgia, and with their latest Band of The Month featured performance on Crave, they outshine, outstrut and outrock the entirety of the 80s hair-metal glam band movement they’re modeled after.
Every song in SP’s catalogue is a testimony to absurdly gluttonous sexuality, and they push it to the hilt on their third album, All You Can Eat, released last month on their own label. All You Can Eat has been Steel Panther’s highest-charting release thus far, and the time couldn’t be more perfect to lock the boys in as May’s featured Band of The Month, following previous featured BOTM artists Semi Precious Weapons, Dessa, Everlast, Nico Vega and more. Last week we sat down with bassist Lexxi Foxxx and guitarist Satchel for a hilarious discussion, before a rippin‘ performance of “Death To All But Metal” and “Party Like Tomorrow is The End of The World“. Now check out the conquest-bragging victory lap of “17 Girls” by the righteously, riotously rockin’ Steel Panther, exclusively on CraveOnline:
Previous Band of The Month Performances:
Thanks as always to Swing House studios!
Photo: Hamilton Augustine