Steel Panther is premiering their upcoming full-length album All You Can Eat in a unique interactive experience that has just launched. The premiere is taking place on SteelPanther.TV and features a television set that will broadcast all things Steel Panther including the complete album stream of All You Can Eat. With each change of the channel on the television set, fans will experience different content from the Steel Panther world. The set will broadcast the latest Steel Panther music videos, current episodes of SP TV and a few surprises as well. The experience will take fans deeper in to the lifestyle of Steel Panther and is a must see for all Fanthers around the globe. The new album is in-stores on April 1st and is being released on Open E Records via Kobalt Label Services. The album is available for pre-order at SteelPanther.tv and was produced by longtime Steel Panther producer Jay Ruston.
Steel Panther has also launched a worldwide “hotline” that fans can call for up to the minute updates on the band. Fans who call 941-75-Steel (941-757-8335) and verify that they are over 18 are sent an immediate link to see the band’s latest unreleased video for the song “Glory Hole.” The video was shot in an unnamed glory hole location and features a performance by Steel Panther in the stalls as only they can do it. A few surprise visitors showed up that day during filming and can be seen in the video as well. The phone number has been getting major attention with fans around the globe calling in to experience what Steel Panther delivers on the “hotline.”
Steel Panther was, for a long time, rock’s best-kept secret: a cult legend on the LA scene. But in recent years due to the success of their albums (both debuted at #1 on the Billboard Comedy Album Charts), and live shows, the band has enjoyed huge acclaim from fans and peers alike. Steel Panther has been joined on stage by rock and roll icons such as Steven Tyler of Aerosmith, Paul Stanley of KISS, Corey Taylor of Slipknot, Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine/Audioslave, Chester Bennington of Linkin Park and Green Day to name a few. Steel Panther has also been seen on Dancing With The Stars, Bad Girl’s Club and most recently in a national web campaign for Warner Brothers Pictures hit film, Rock Of Ages.