Steel Panther meet Impractical Jokers

On the eve of the most romantic holiday Hallmark has ever created, heavy music’s medically-cleared lovers and partiers Steel Panther are adding another career milestone to their ever-expanding resume. Michael Starr, Satchel, Lexxi Foxx and Stix Zadinia joined up with Q, Murr, Joe and Sal for an appearance on the 200th episode of their hit TV show, Impractical Jokers. Impractical Jokers airs on TruTV and the Steel Panther episode is set to air this evening at 10PM (check local listings).   “What says good times, rock and roll, and making your buddies look like jerks in front of other people more than Steel Panther and Impractical Jokers getting together in one killer episode????? Well, nothing. Seriously, nothing says it more. This 200th anniversary episode was a blast to film, and we were so excited to be asked to be a part of it!” exclaims Steel Panther.   Steel Panther is currently in the middle of the first leg of their 2020 year-long world tour in support of their latest release Heavy Metal Rules.  The tour has seen the band play to sold out rooms across Europe and the guys were even joined by their friends in Five Finger Death Punch during a show last month in Helsinki. Shows in Canada were recently announced with plans for more dates in the United States and Australia to be announced in the future.
Confirmed 2020 World Tour Dates (So Far): Feb 15: Belfast, UK – Ulster Hall Feb 16: Dublin, Ireland – Vicar Street Feb 17: Cork, Ireland – Cyprus Ave Mar 12: Coquitlam, BC, Canada – Hard Rock Casino  Mar 13: Coquitlam, BC, Canada – Hard Rock Casino  Mar 14: Coquitlam, BC, Canada – Hard Rock Casino  Jun 10-13: Nicklesdorf, Austria – Nova Rock Jun 13: Krakow, Poland – Studio Jun 14: Budapest, Hungary – Barba Negra Track Jun 16: Milan, Italy – Alcatraz Jun 18-21: Dessel, Belgium – Grasspop Metal Meetin Jul 1-4: Ballenstedt, Germany – Rockharz festival Jul 10: Mansfield, OH – Inkcarceration Festival 2020
Recently Steel Panther released their latest video, the NSFW clip for the title track “Heavy Metal Rules.” The video picks up right where the video for their hit “Death To All But Metal” leaves off. The video then follows the band on the road to stardom from small clubs to some of the largest festivals in the world filled with copious amounts of beauties, blow, and boobs. The video set new records for the band in terms of engagement until the fun police at YouTube got wind of the video and slowed it down. “Heavy Metal Rules,” directed by Frankie Nasso, can be seen here: The song comes from their “now available everywhere” latest album, Heavy Metal Rules (