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Steel Panther Plans to "Lower The Bar" With New Album

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Rock 'n roll fans looking to turn up the holiday cheer this season, look no further. Today parody / tribute band Steel Panther debuts a sing-a-long music video for "Anything Goes," the latest single off upcoming album, "Lower The Bar."

With "Anything Goes," fanthers can sing along in a spectacular psychedelic fashion with on screen lyrics about Charlie Sheen, unicorns, and hand grenades. It’s the music video all your friends will be talking about at this year’s holiday party.

Steel Panther will officially "Lower The Bar" this coming March 24th, pushed back a month from the original release date as drummer Stix Zadinia recently checked out of rehab after battling alcohol addiction.

“After months of touring the world, my taste for whiskey and chipotle finally got the better of me and my stomach,” said Stix. “I’d like to apologize to my friends, family, and especially Satchel, whose bottom bunk on the tour bus was on the receiving end of my many blacked out bouts of explosive diarrhea. Now that I’ve had time to clear my mind, and my intestines, I can get back to doing lines with all of you on the upcoming 2017 Girls in a Row Tour."

"Lower The Bar" is Steel Panther’s fourth studio album and is the follow-up to tho 2014 chart topper, "All You Can Eat." The new album's track listing is as follows:

1. Goin’ In The Backdoor
2. Anything Goes
3. Poontang Boomerang
4. That’s When You Came In
5. Wrong Side Of The Tracks (Out In Beverly Hills)
6. Now The Fun Starts
7. Pussy Ain’t Free
8. Waster Too Much Time
9. I Got What You Want
10. Walk Of Shame
11. She’s Tight
12. Red Headed Step Child
13. Momentary Epiphany

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1. Gator writes:

The Steel Panther hype-train left the station a long time ago. At first it was funny and different, then it got grotesque and stale. They can't shock the world anymore, only mirror what brought them success, and that pool is drying up fast.

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2. xFiruath writes:

I was going to try to argue, but I guess I can't. I love Steel Panther, but I have to admit that "Feel The Steel" is the only worthwhile album so far (not having heard the new one yet of course).

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