This month I’d like to talk about a song from our forthcoming album, which will most likely be out by the time you read this, called…well, I have no idea what it’ll be called. But since it’s out now (I mean, by the time you are reading this) you will know the title, because you have it.
A lot of people come up to me and say, “Satchel, you rock! You know all 28 frets of your guitar, man!” And I say, dude, are you stupid? My guitar only has 24 frets…or something. I don’t remember how many frets my guitar has. But the point is that I know how to get up and down my neck, and how do I know that? I know all the scales and all the arpeggios, and all of the positions of all of the modes, in all of the keys.
Hi everyone, and welcome to my new column for Guitar World. Over the next few months, I will be demonstrating many of the totally awesome solos, rhythm parts and techniques I use in creating the incredible music for my band, Steel Panther, surely one of the greatest heavy metal bands to come out of Canoga Park in the last three years.
Steel Panther will unleash their third full-length, the 12-track album All You Can Eat, April 1 in the U.S. via Open E Records through distribution by Kobalt Music Group. The album will be available for pre-order online starting Tuesday, January 14.
Steel Panther have premiered their explicit new NSFW music video for "Party Like Tomorrow Is The End Of the World." The track is from their upcoming album, All You Can Eat, which is due out early next year.
Steel Panther have announced the title of their new studio album, which will be out in early 2014. The album will be called All You Can Eat. The new disc, the followup to 2011's successful Balls Out, was recorded in Sherman Oaks, California, with producer Jay Ruston (Stone Sour, Meat Loaf).
On January 24, Revolver and Guitar World teamed up to host the 2nd Annual Rock & Roll Roast at the Grove in Anaheim, California. The event honored Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider, who withstood a barrage of barbs and one-liners from a slew of rockers and comedians, including Steel Panther, who roasted Snider with a video made just for the occasion.