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Watch: STEEL PANTHER joined by ex-MACHINE HEAD guitarist PHIL DEMMEL for 'Asian Hooker'

album release ‘On The Prowl’ set for February 2023


Former MACHINE HEAD and current VIO-LENCE guitarist Phil Demmel joined STEEL PANTHER on stage last week (Thursday, January 5) at The Fillmore in San Francisco, California to perform the STEEL PANTHER song “Asian Hooker”.

A video of his appearance, courtesy of Capital Chaos TV, can be seen below.

Also available is the band’s performnce of the song “Tomorrow Night” of the same show.

Watch the footage below.

STEEL PANTHER will release their sixth album, “On The Prowl”, on February 24, 2023. The official music video for the LP’s second single, “1987”, is also released. The album follow’s the band’s last album release, the 2019 album “Heavy Metal Rules” and it is the first one to feature the new bass player Spyder, who replaced original “member” Lexxi Foxx.

Watch the official video for the new single  “1987” below. 

“’1987’ is a reflective look at one of the greatest years in rock music supported by unforgettable hooks, relatable lyrics and fretboard fireworks. SatchelMichael StarrStix Zadinia and Spyder pay homage to the icons of the year including Guns N’ RosesPoisonWhitesnakeOzzy Osbourne and Van Halen to name a few. The music video was directed by longtime collaborator J.T. Arbogast and follows a young duo who find an abandoned recording studio. When one of the kids plugs in a hidden 1987 pedal, he is transported to the time in the studio when Steel Panther recorded the song and lives the memories of 1987 in his own way”, the band states.

Also watch the previously released “Never Too Late (To Get Some Pussy Tonight)” below (age restricted in some areas).

‘On The Prowl‘ will be released digitally and on CD, Cassette, and 2 different color variant records. Purple/Blue Marble is wide and Pink/Purple Marble will be a limited edition signed. All versions will be the entire 13 song album.

Tracklisting ‘On The Prowl’1) Never Too Late2) Friends With Benefits3) On Your Instagram4) Put My Money Where Your Mouth Is5) 19876) Teleporter7) Is My D**k Enough (feat. Dweezil Zappa)8) Magical Vagina9) All That And More10) One Pump Chump11) Pornstar12) Ain’t Dead Yet13) Sleeping On The Rollaway

Pre-order ‘On The Prowl’ AT THIS LOCATION.

To celebrate the release of “1987”STEEL PANTHER has also announced a massive world tour. The “On The Prowl” world tour 2023 is set to kick off in February and will run throughout North America through April. CROBOT and TRAGEDY will be joining the band on the North American tour. The band will take a short break before bringing the party to the United Kingdom and Ireland in May.

“On The Prowl” 2023 tour dates:
United Kingdom + Ireland:
May 14 – Glasgow, UK – O2 Academy
May 15 – Newcastle, UK – O2 City Hall
May 17 – Manchester, UK – Academy
May 18 – Birmingham, UK – O2 Academy
May 20 – London, UK – O2 Forum Kentish Town
May 21 – Bristol, UK – O2 Academy
May 23 – Leeds, UK – O2 Academy
May 25 – Belfast, UK – Ulster Hall
May 26 – Cork, IE – Cyprus Avenue
May 28 – Dublin, IE – Vicar Street

Earlier this year, STEEL PANTHER singer Michael Starr spoke to the “Everblack” podcast about his relationship with the band’s original bassist Lexxi Foxx who left the band in July 2021. “I just talked to him today,” Michael said. “He’s doing good, man. He did exactly what he wanted to do. He started a family. He’s living in Chicago. Him and his wife just had a baby. So Lexxi Foxx is not gay. I thought he was gay this whole time. It’s so weird.”

Starr continued: “The party never stops. Just because he’s not on tour doesn’t mean he’s fucking having a good time. And we miss him. I fucking miss him. And we still stay in touch and talk. We talk just about every other day — just stay in touch with one another. I mean, we were together for 27 years, 26 years, and we know each other’s moms and dads and all of our cousins. We know everything about one another. So it’s been really, really sad not having him in the band, but I understand why he’s doing what he’s doing. And he was one of the smart guys — he saved up all his money. Not me — I’m still living at my mom’s. Let’s go.”

In September, STEEL PANTHER announced the addition of Spyder as the band’s new bassist.

Photo credit: David Jackson

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