Filled with humour, profanity, sex, and plenty of stereotypical glam rock, Steel Panther presented their new album (and a funny sketch of a rock band) at the Rebel.
With songs like Let me Cum in, Death to all but Metal, and Gloryhole, the band presents an irreverent yet super fun show charged with sex jokes, sex jokes and more sex jokes.
Lexxi Foxxx fixes his hair every time he stops playing the bass between songs or even in the middle of a song. Michael Starr compares himself with Vince Neil from Motley Crue while Satchel makes sure to pick the right girl to bring her onstage. Of course, at the end of the show, all the girls are invited to come onstage.
The Panther seems to be a band that comes back from the ’80s but the band was conceived in the early 2000s in LA.
While watching the show you might feel they are just an old band, or that they are making fun of hair rock bands.
However, the show ends up being so honest and hilarious that you just forget to think about all this crap and go on and enjoy every second of the greatest Heavy Metal band in the history of the world.
Yeah, I know....
Presenting their latest album, Death Atlas, Cattle Decapitation delivered in December a dark and powerful show of Deathgrind metal at the Opera House.
Songs like The Geocide and One Day Closer to The End of The World were played to a frantic audience that wanted more from Cattle Decapitation.
The message of the new album is still on the same line as it has always been since the band’s creation back in 1996, all the issues that we bring to our world as humans and the lack of respect for different lifeforms including animals and plants.
The band constantly remember us that sustainability is the only way our society might survive sharing the world with others.
At the beginning every member of the band was vegetarian, with this new lineup half of the band is still is but of course it becomes difficult to maintain a healthy lifestyle while leaving a metal show at 2 am every night while on tour.
Our contribution to the planet destruction is a common theme in the band’s rhetorical, contrary to what most of non-metal heads would think. The purge of our world and the latent problematic are going nowhere, and with this album, we can see that Cattle Decapitation is here to stay as well.
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