STEEL PANTHER: “We may never find a replacement” for Bassist LEXXI FOXX

In a new interview with Ramzin conducted in this month Download UK singer festival Michael Star and drummer Stix Zadina From Jokers Glam Metal Los Angeles steel tiger They discuss their ongoing search for a permanent replacement for the original guitarist Lexi Fox. Mikhail He said, “We tried more than… We had the number of videos submitted… Probably [over 700]. We reviewed each video. And we did some experiments with some people. And when we find the right guy, you guys will know.”

added Stix: “In this tour we have a friend spider With us, who is a great friend and a better bass player. He’s not a great friend. I’m kidding. It is a nice. We know him since 1990. He’s one of our friends and he’s killing him. And we can’t wait to stumble upon him. But we are still looking for the case of the permanent man spiderHe has another party he has a paper trail he’s working on.”

continued Mikhail: “We may never find another substitute for lexi. We love him. We miss him so much. And I’m glad he’s doing what he wants to do in life. But replacing it is like trying to replace Stix Or me – that’s impossible. So we may never have a bass player. Maybe we’ll try bassists until I die.”

Stix: “And every time we get a new guy, we just say, ‘Hey, come on.'” There is no money. So just try. “We just keep doing it forever.”

eight months ago, lexi – his real name Travis Haley – Tell rocking with jam man He hasn’t spoken to his former bandmates since his release. “I still talk to the singer quite a bit,” he said, “I’ve spoken in the past.” “But I think those scars and I think leaving and the way it went, I think there were some sore points. But that’s hard for me to talk about.

“It was something I was very proud of – being that character for such a long period of time, and playing with those cats,” he continued. “They’re all great musicians. And I just think so he is different for not having it [in my life] – I’ve been in the character for a long time – but I have to say it’s a bit refreshing, too.”

When steel tiger first announced lexiThe group came out in July 2021 jokingly Fox “He started his side business, ‘Sexy Lexxi’s Prettiest Pets’, to bring in money for Botox during lockdown.” Realizing that his “love for making pets more beautiful than his love for being beautiful,” he chose to “hang up his mirror and focus on his newfound passion: making ugly dogs beautiful,” the group wrote in a statement.

Back in December 2018, lexi sat steel tiger A tour after your entry into “sexual rehabilitation”. The real reason for his absence has not been officially revealed.

During his appearance on an episode of “2020’d” audio notation, luggage mention about him lexiDeparture: “We didn’t want him to quit. Nobody wanted him to quit, including a lot of fans. I’m sure a lot of fans are really sad that he’s gone. But he’s the guy who left the band. I think he has his own things to deal with, And he just wanted to go and do it. So, I don’t know… I can’t answer for Lexi Fox. But we will all miss it Lexi FoxWe wish him all success in everything he does. But we didn’t fire him. Leave the band. So we have to go ahead and get someone else who’s younger, richer, and doesn’t need as much Botox,” referring to doctors who have been using medication for years to treat wrinkles and facial wrinkles.

Founded in 2000, steel tiger Specializing in imitating and exaggerating the less satisfying aspects of ’80s hair metal, with crude, non-PC sexual content as a favorite lyrical subject.

The band’s music has been described as “Van Halen Meets motley crowe Meets RATT Meets Wayne’s World, complete with operatic screams, misogyny, ripping guitar solos and libidinal overdrive. “

Fourteen years ago, steel tiger changed her name from SKOOL MINERAL to her current title and shifted the focus of her work from 1980s metal covers to the originals.

Halleywho was an original member of steel tigerHe recently announced the formation of his new band Hollywood Gods N’ Monsters With an old friend and a TV celebrity from MTV‘s “Pimp My Ride”And the Digity Def.