Steel Panther returns with ‘All You Can Eat’ album, tour

Steel Panther is heading out on the road across North America this Spring in their unending quest to bring heavy metal back to the masses with the All You Can Eat tour. The tour, which marks the first shows for the band in the US in 2014, will kick off on May 3 in Seattle and run through June 1 where it wraps up in Dallas. The 21-city trek will make stops in Denver, Houston, Orlando and New York and will even jump across the northern border for a stop in Montreal, Quebec and Toronto, Ontario.

The band has teamed up with On The List to provide a variety of fan ticket packages for the tour, including meet and greets, photo ops, parties and more. Fans who are interested in these packages can go to for more information.

Steel Panther recently won the Best Live Act for the second year in a row in the Loudwire Music Awards beating out the likes of Metallica, Rob Zombie, Halestorm and Iron Maiden to name a few this year. Tickets for all of the shows are available at

Steel Panther is hitting the road in support of their upcoming album All You Can Eat that will be released on April 1. The album is being released on Open E Records via Kobalt Label Services and is the band’s strongest material to date. From the opening acoustic riff of album opener “Pussywhipped” to final chord hit in the album closer “She’s On The Rag,” it is clear Steel Panther is back and better than ever.  Songs like “Gloryhole,” “Gangbang At The Old Folks Home” and “BVS” all showcase Steel Panther’s incredible musicianship and ability to write memorable and sometimes educational songs.

The band, comprised of Michael Starr on vocals, Satchel on guitar, Lexxi Foxx on bass and Stix Zadinia on drums, have made a name for themselves as one of the most entertaining acts out today. The band has recently released videos for the songs “Party Like Tomorrow Is The End Of The World” and “The Burden of Being Wonderful.”  “Party Like Tomorrow Is The End Of The World” was directed by Rob Riggle (known for his work in films such as 21 Jump Street, The Other Guys and as a regular contributor to The Daily Show with Jon Stewart) and can be seen here:

“The Burden of Being Wonderful” was directed by Kirker Butler (writer and producer onFamily Guy and The Cleveland Show) and can be seen here:

The album is available for pre-order at Steel Panther producer Jay Ruston produced All You Can Eat.


May 3-Seattle WA @ The Showbox

May 4-Portland OR @ Crystal Ballroom

May 7-Denver CO @ Ogden Theatre

May 8-Wichita KS @ The Cotillion

May 10-Okalahoma City OK @ Diamond Ballroom

May 11-Houston TX @ House of Blues

May 13-Orlando FL @ House of Blues

May 15-North Myrtle Beach SC @ House of Blues

May 16-Silver Springs MD @ The Filmore

May 17-Philadelphia PA @ Theatre of Living Arts

May 18-Sayreville NJ @ Starland Ballroom

May 20-Montreal QUE @ Metropolis

May 21-Boston MA @ House of Blues

May 23-Hampton Beach NH @ Hampton Beach Casino

May 24-Portland NE @ The Asylum

May 26-Toronto ON @ Sound Academy

May 27-New York NY @ Irving Plaza

May 28-Pittsburgh PA @ Stage AE

May 29-Cleveland OH @ House of Blues

May 31-Kansas City MO @ Rockfest

June 1-Dallas TX @ GEXA Energy Pavilion

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