Steel Panther’s first purely musical album is not one for the easily offended. It straddles the line of pastiche and parody, taking the crassness and misogyny of 80’s hair metal bands and turning it up to eleven, while providing music that is often the equal of it’s forebears. The rhythms are solid, the guitars wail, and the vocals are lyrically crude, yet undeniably on point. Feel the Steel is a fantastic slice of ridiculous, overindulgent cock rock fun. So slip on your spandex, strap on your bandana, and wedge your tongue firmly into your cheek. Steel Panther are here to rock hard, party harder, and entertain the most puerile nubbin of your funny bone. Serious people need not apply.
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