STEEL PANTHER Frontman “Bands Are Afraid To Connect Themselves With Our Brand Of Getting Laid, Doing Blow And Fucking Bitches”

Steel Panther have carved out quite the career for themselves, by not being themselves.  The band started out under the moniker Metal Skool, and quickly became the toast of the strip with their blistering covers sets of classics from Van Halen and countless other mainstays of the 80’s hair metal scene.  After changing the name the band would earn a name for their raunchy lyrics and over the top playing with a live show that was equal parts a metal show and a comedy set complete with stage banter that would make Sam Kinison blush. Steel Panther have lasted longer than most would’ve expected spanning 10 years and 5 studio albums, including 2019’s Heavy Metal Rules.

The Steel Panther frontman discusses critics reactions to the bands latest album, Heavy Metal Rules, and how the band has always gotten bad reviews despite selling out clubs worldwide. Starr also comments on bands not wanting to align with the bands brand of hard partying and loose women lifestyle they portray on stage and in their songs and much more.

Listen to the full interview below:

Tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.
BREWtally Speaking

About BREWtally Speaking

Two dudes, Dan and Jon, who are passionate about all kinds of music, although we mainly cover metal/metalcore bands on the show. We both LOVE vinyl, and podcasts in general.

Comments are closed.