Just What The World Needs: A Steel Panther Live DVD

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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.

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About Chris Harris

Chris Harris is an internationally-published music journalist and writer whose work has appeared on the pages of Rolling Stone, IFC, Revolver, Alternative Press, and Radar. The former news editor for Noisecreep, Harris also served as co-host for the site’s weekly podcast, “Creep Show." Before that, he spent four years writing for MTV News.