Having personally seen STEEL PANTHER live three times, once in Vegas and twice in Toronto, I can honestly say their performance on new DVD / Blu-Ray, British Invasion, takes their stage show to a whole new level. Disc one was filmed in 2010 at a sold out Brixton Academy in London, England. No less than 16 high-def cameras caught vocalist Michael Starr and co. adding strippers, blow-up dolls, pyro, giant foam Shockers, and confetti cannons to their already immensely enjoyable concert experience. In addition to dusting off the pre-Panther, METAL SKOOL tune ‘Hell’s On Fire’ and ‘We Want Pussy’, bassist Lexxi Foxx lays down his mirror long enough to rock the hell out of the band’s debut disc, Feel The Steel, in its entirety. The hilarity ensues almost immediately as set opener ‘Eyes Of A Panther’ has the longest drawn-out ending, as if it was closing a third encore. Other highlights include guitarist Satchel fellating his microphone, and the lengthy, but comedic f-bomb laden speeches between songs. Disc Two houses the bonus features, consisting of “Down And Dirty” one-on-one interviews conducted backstage in the dressing rooms and during sound check, deleted scenes, and five songs captured live at Download 2012 in Donnington, England. Great contrast is provided as disc one showcased an indoor headlining gig, while disc two is an outdoor festival appearance with Steel Panther rocking three songs from their most recent album, 2011’s Balls Out. The unadvertised highlight is SLIPKNOT and STONE SOUR vocalist Corey Taylor joining the Panther onstage to sing ‘Death To All But Metal’. And to make the package complete, a 16-page full colour booklet is included; now ‘Turn Out The Lights’.