Just What The World Needs: A Steel Panther Live DVD
I’ve never been a fan of Steel Panther. Yes, I get they’re a joke band. But I’m not into joke bands. Because ultimately, they’re not funny. Steel Panther are funny dudes; I have seen them live. I was witness to the joke, and that was sufficient for me. And let’s be honest, a joke’s only truly funny once.
Steel Panther will release their first-ever DVD, “Steel Panther – British Invasion,” through Guitar Anarchy Studios on October 22.
“Recorded with 16 cameras in pristine HD over a 2-year period, the DVD chronicles Steel Panther’s legendary live show that the band has come to be known for,” says a press release.
“The DVD feaures some of the band’s most memorable hits including ‘Asian Hooker,’ ‘Community Property,’ ‘The Shocker,’ and ‘Stripper Girl’ in a way never seen before,” the press release adds. “Included in the package is a laugh out loud documentary that follows the band backstage and on their tour that is not to be missed.”
This DVD is just…it’s unnecessary. But really, what is these days?
I doubt there’s a band more shameless than Steel Panther.
The Goat invited me to go see them recently, sending me a picture of two chicks in bikinis as bait; he knows I’m not a fan, and said he was going with them.
He didn’t realize I was attached.
Great story, right? Here’s a stupid trailer.