LIVE RECAP: Steel Panther – 03/14/23 – Rams Head Live – Baltimore, Maryland

LIVE PHOTOS: Steel Panther, Crobot, Tragedy—By Greg Maki—It’s always a party when Steel Panther comes to town—even on a cold Tuesday night in Baltimore. Supporting its recently released sixth studio album, “On the Prowl,” the ‘80s metal parody act delighted a close-to-capacity crowd with a set that was as much about the band members’ between-song... Continue Reading →

Steel Panther releases NSFW ‘Friends with Benefits’ video

With less than two weeks until the release of its sixth studio album, "On the Prowl," and to celebrate Valentine’s Day, Steel Panther has shared the NSFW video for the new track "Friends with Benefits." The video, directed by longtime collaborator J.T. Arbogast, is Steel Panther’s take on the popular show "Shark Tank." The band appears in Panther Den and tries... Continue Reading →

M3 Rock Festival to feature Styx, Kix, Extreme, Warrant and more in 2023

The M3 Rock Festival will return to Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland for its 14th year on May 6 and 7, 2023. Saturday, May 6, will feature performances from Styx, Extreme, Winger, Slaughter, Lita Ford, Quiet Riot, local band Child's Play and more. Sunday, May 7, will feature Warrant, Great White, Loudness, Steven Adler... Continue Reading →

Steel Panther to release sixth album ‘On the Prowl’ on Feb. 24, shares first single ‘Never Too Late’

On the heels of the recent addition of Spyder as its full-time bassist, Steel Panther has announced the Feb. 24, 2023, release of its sixth studio album, "On the Prowl." Featuring 13 new tracks from the creative brains of Satchel, Michael Starr, Stix Zadinia and Spyder, "On the Prowl" was produced by Steel Panther and is available for... Continue Reading →

Ratt’s Stephen Pearcy signs with Golden Robot Records

Ratt singer Stephen Pearcy has signed with Golden Robot Records. Pearcy led Ratt to multiplatinum success from 1984 to 1991, climbing up the charts with singles from "Out of the Cellar "soaring past Prince’s "Lets Go Crazy," Van Halen’s "Panama," Madonna’s "Borderline" and David Bowies "Blue Jean." The record generated top 10 singles followed by sold-out tours throughout the world. This momentum remained... Continue Reading →

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