Los Angeles' peacocking glory boys Steel Panther rock harder, look better and deliver a hell of a lot more fun than the entirety of the 80s hair-metal glam band movement they’re modeled after. The spandex-clad hard rock parodists close out their run as May's Band of The Month featured artist on Crave this week, with a hilariously rockin' take on the deviously anthemic "Gangbang at the Old Folks Home".
Every song in SP's catalogue is a testimony to absurdly gluttonous sexuality, and they push it to the hilt on their third album, All You Can Eat, released last month on their own label. First we sat down with bassist Lexxi Foxxx and guitarist Satchel for a hilarious discussion on the album, groupies and more, before a rippin' performance of "Death To All But Metal" and "Party Like Tomorrow is The End of The World". Then they rocked the conquest-bragging victory lap of "17 Girls" – now we conclude Steel Panther's victorious run as Crave's Band of The Month for May with an exclusive performance of "Gangbang at The Old Folks Home". Check it out below!
Thanks as always to Swing House studios!
Photo: Hamilton Augustine