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STEEL PANTHER – Release New Animated Music Video

STEEL PANTHER have unleashed a new animated music video for “Wrong Side Of The Tracks (Out In Beverly Hills)”, the latest single from last year’s Lower the Bar album. In addition to the clip, the glam rock band has announced three additional East Coast dates on their “Sunset Strip Live!” tour this spring. The new shows are in Westbury, N.Y. (April 27), Portland, Maine (April 28) and Hartford, Conn. (April 29).

Check out “Wrong Side Of The Tracks (Out In Beverly Hills)” down below.

The band formed in the early 2000’s and first became popular known as ‘Metal Skool’. They started off playing covers of popular 1980’s rock songs and their style and appearance reflected this perfectly. In 2003 the band released their debut album which they produced themselves and finally found they were starting to get noticed for what they do best. In 2009 they released their debut album under the name Steel Panther which Kerrang magazine labelled as ‘close to perfect’. With an amazing comment like that from the worlds most renowned rock music magazine it looked as if big things were to come for Steel Panther and that they had finally found their niche as a group.

During their years together the band have released three albums to date. Unsurprisingly all with unusual but not dissimilar names. Feel the Steel was the first of their albums to be released under their new name in 2009, prior to this they released ‘Hole Patrol’ under their first names ‘Metal Skool’ and ‘Metal Shop’ in 2003.

Feel the Steel included some re-recordings of songs from their previous album including ‘fat girl’ and ‘stripper girl’. The immediate response to the album was mixed and was described as ‘ an utter feel good masterpiece’ with others saying that their ability to create songs that sound like they are from the 80’s was commendable. Unique in it’s own rights Steel Panther had well and truly made their style and statement clear.

Source: metalunderground