On the heels of the recently announced new album and headline tour, Steel Panther is back with another music video from its upcoming release, "Heavy Metal Rules." “Always Gonna Be a Ho” is the latest song to receive the Steel Panther video treatment and is a companion video to previously released “All I Wanna Do... Continue Reading →
Steel Panther has announced a U.S. headline tour in the fall. The "Heavy Metal Rules Tour" will kick off in early October and run through mid-December. The run will be in support of the band’s recently announced fifth studio album, "Heavy Metal Rules." The 27-date trek will make stops in markets such as Orlando, Florida; Boston, Massachusetts;... Continue Reading →
Glam metal parody act Steel Panther will release its fifth studio album, "Heavy Metal Rules," on Sept. 27. It is available for pre-order in various bundle configuration here: https://lnk.to/HeavyMetalRules. Watch the video for the record's first single and see the cover art below. The band released the following statement: “'Heavy Metal Rules' is the ultimate... Continue Reading →
With album number 19 about to drop and its first single, "Last Man Standing" already getting serious airplay on Sirius XM's Liquid Metal, the thrash metal machine Overkill cannot be stopped, not even in 2019!
Live Metal's Jeff Maki talked with vocalist Bobby "Blitz" Ellsworth about the making of "The Wings of War" and much more. Read on ...
Hot on the heels of the success of their last record, "The Missing Peace" (read review), L.A. Guns is ready to attack again with the new album, "The Devil You Know”. The album is set for release March 29th via Frontiers Music Srl.
Listen to the new single "Stay Away" inside!
Legendary New Jersey thrashers Overkill will unleash their 19th studio record, "The Wings Of War" on February 22, 2019 via Nuclear Blast. Today, the band released their first single "Last Man Standing." Watch it and get album details inside!
Legendary New Jersey thrashers Overkill will unleash their 19th studio record, “The Wings Of War,” on February 22, 2019 via Nuclear Blast. See inside for details.
Review by Jeff Maki ----- In case anyone has yet to notice, Italy's Frontiers Records has made a specialty—and perhaps its reason for existence—of resurrecting just about every '80s hair metal band. The label recently released live or studio albums from the likes of Dokken, L.A. Guns, Kip Winger, TNT and Mr. Big. Now, the... Continue Reading →