Track one, “Pussywhipped” starts off with some unusually soft Spanish guitar, which is unexpected to say the least, but it soon livens up with Stix and Satchel tearing into some classic sounding metal guitar licks and pounding drums, while Starr gives his own quirky take on the subject matter lyrically. Generally though, the long intro doesn't really add anything to the song and really just sounds out of place, and the song itself isn't one of Panther’s best, a mediocre introduction to the new album. “Party Like Tomorrow Is The End Of The World” is the albums lead single, and pretty much speaks for itself. It’s basically an excuse to let your hair down and do whatever the hell you want, have as much sex as you physically can (even including animals, if you’re into that sort of thing), get stupidly drunk, rob a bank, steal a plane…whatever you can think of. The idea behind the song had potential to be highly amusing, but it feels a bit slow and doesn't really inspire much partying to be honest.
“Bukkake Tears” has a gentle vibe about it, some slick guitar work but a generally mellow song, you can’t help but laugh at lines such as “there was so much love on your face, I couldn't see the tears…”, basically a song about a couple inviting some extra players into the bedroom, but with the girl in question ultimately regretting the decision. A great porn ballad, if such a thing even exists…before “Gangbang At The Old Folks Home” equally intrigues and terrifies at the same time. “The place was packed with wrinkly boobies and dicks, the youngest one there was maybe 76”…lovely…just lovely.
“Fucking My Heart In The Ass” and “B.V.S.” are just as absurd as the other, with that free-flowing classic rock sound the band have come to excel at driving the songs forward, the latter especially so, an album highlight, before we finish up on the cringe worthy “She’s On The Rag”. It’s probably on par with the old folk’s home in terms of its lyrical content, it’s up to you if that’s a good thing or not.
Basically then, if you’re already a fan of Steel Panther, it’s a bit of a given that you’ll probably enjoy this third album without question, the band have retained all the elements of their first two records that made them popular and delivered another dose of quality rock, aided by their own brand of crude comedy song writing. As musicians it’s clear they know their stuff and write some great pieces, but, as a gimmick, there is only so much toilet humour you can recycle before it loses its immature appeal and stops being funny. There are one or two signs of that happening already, with the new album taking a while to get going. It’s worth a listen but it’s not their best. 
"All You Can Eat" is available on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/all-you-can-eat-bonus-track/id795081205