Steel Panther will bring their own brand of politically incorrect cock-rock to our shores once again this June. The tour takes in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth and a jump over the pond to New Zealand to play Auckland.
The band will be here to promote the release of their live acoustic record and feature film, Live from Lexxi’s Mom’s Garage. However, don’t expect acoustic performances and cups of tea from the Steel Panther boys. Expect an all-out assault on your ears, moral standing and your private parts.
Live From Lexxi’s Mom’s Garage is the band’s first full length film, featuring a live ten song acoustic concert interspersed with comedic vignettes showcasing the band’s unmatched shenanigans and debauchery.
“Our drive to bring heavy metal back has not lessened,” concludes frontman Michael Starr. “It’s actually gotten stronger. We’re not going to stop. I look forward to our continued world domination.”
Last in Australia for Soundwave 2014, the band played main stages at the festival and drew massive numbers to their bombastic set, simultaneously offending and salaciously delighting all in attendance. In recent times, they have almost entirely sold out their UK tour, which included Wembley Stadium and played main stage at Download Festival.
Check out their live performance below of AC/DC’s, Highway To Hell, performed with Myles Kennedy from last Friday in Washington.
Steel Panther Tour Dates 2016
17 June – Big Top, Sydney
18 June – Festival Hall, Melbourne
20 June – Eaton’s Hill Hotel, Brisbane
22 June – Thebarton Theater, Adelaide
23 June – Metro City, Perth
26 June – Powerstation, Auckland NZ
Pre-sale Tickets go live on Wednesday 9 March and General Public Tickets go on sale Friday 11 March.