Steel Panther Drummer Talks Louder than Life Festival


Story by Anne Erickson

Steel Panther will perform Saturday (Sept. 29) at Louder than Life festival in Louisville, Kentucky

Wild and rambunctious metal group Steel Panther is back with their fourth studio album, “Lower the Bar,” and the guys have been hitting the road hard all year in support of the release.

As if a summer of headlining dates and festival appearances weren’t enough, the boys are touring with Stone Sour this fall and performing at Louder than Life festival in Louisville, Kentucky.

Steel Panther takes the Zorn stage at Louder than Life festival on Saturday (Sept. 29). Other performers at the annual rock and metal event include Ozzy Osbourne, Rise Against, Five Finger Death Punch, Prophets of Rage, Mastodon and Incubus, to name a handful.

So, which band are the guys most stoked to see at the festival? Ask drummer Stix Zadinia, and he’ll say there isn’t really a top band. He digs seeing them all.

“Going to these festivals is like summer camp for us,” Zadinia told Audio Ink Radio. “We get to see friends. I’m in it for the experience, and we’ve played Louder than Life before, and I know it’s a really good festival. It’s always fun. It’s gong to be a great time, and we’re going to rock it.”

In other Steel Panther news, the band recently released a new music video for the track “Wasted Too Much Time.” The clip features a cameo from Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor. View the video here.

Photo credit: David Jackson

Anne Erickson
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