We hate to ruin your Valentine's Day, but Steel Panther are breaking up with you. It's not them, it's you.
Steel Panther are experiencing a Spinal Tap moment: A poster for their 2011 album, Balls Out, has been banned by UK advertising authorities because they find it "overtly sexual."
MTV may have gone awry decades ago, but that doesn't mean the music video isn't alive and well in 2011.
With everyone getting in on the Christmas act this year, it was only a matter of time before Steel Panther put their indelible mark on the holiday season.
Steel Panther have just posted a new music video for their song "If You Really, Really Love Me," which can be seen below.
More or more bands are looking at alternative ways to spread the word about their music. One method that's become increasingly popular is using games to expose people to new music.
Steel Panther will release their new album, Balls Out, in November, but you can now stream a brand new song from the album, "17 Girls In A Row," below.
When we last checked in on Steel Panther, they had just announced the track listing for their new album, Balls Out.
The best '80s band to come out in the year 2000, Steel Panther have just unveiled the track listing for their upcoming third album, Balls Out, which you can check out below.