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Philanthropists Steel Panther Support Regional Animal Charities

There are many titles associated with Steel Panther depending on who you ask and time of the month: musical heroes, party legends, hilarious jokesters, backstabbers! Now the title of philanthropists can be added to that list. The band has started the Gods Of Pussy Animal Rescue Activation as part of their upcoming “Heavy Metal Rules Tour”. The band is inviting a local animal rescue charity to come out, set up at their concert and to solicit for donations at each stop during the next leg of their North American tour. The tour kicks off November 24th in Boston, MA and runs through December 22nd where it wraps up in Suquamish, WA. For their two shows in NY on November 26th and November 27th at the Gramercy Theater, the band has partnered with local animal rescue PuppyKittyNYC.org with other charities to be named later. Information on all charities as well as tickets and packages for all shows can be found at: https://www.steelpantherrocks.com/pages/tour

“It has been well documented that Steel Panther have big body parts. It may come as a surprise to some people that the second biggest body part is our hearts. That is why we have decided to team up with local animal charities to help them raise funds, so people have the opportunity to adopt cats. Let’s face it, pussy ain’t free,” explains Steel Panther.

To coincide with the next leg of the tour, the band is also releasing a music video for the track “Gods Of Pussy” from their recently released #1 Top Comedy Album, ‘Heavy Metal Rules’. The video was directed by visual collaborator Frankie Nasso.

The video for the song can be seen here: https://youtu.be/HnHDJWg0-cY. The song comes from their “now available everywhere” latest album, ‘Heavy Metal Rules’ (https://lnk.to/HeavyMetalRules)




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