Earlier this year, we all had a good laugh when Joey Siler and Pantera tribute band Good Friends and a Bottle of Whiskey created “Cooking Hostile with Phil Anselmo.” I mean, you can have your Vegan Black Metal Chef, because “Phil” was punning up a storm with the likes of Cemetery Crepes. Half a million views later, ‘Cooking Hostile’ has debuted a full 10-minute episode. It’s really pretty goofy. but any Pantera fan will enjoy the multiple Pantera references (“Message In Blood Pudding,” “Psycho Hollandaise Sauce”) slyly sprinkled throughout the animated clip, and it’s no less wacky than most of what’s on Adult Swim on any given Sunday.
Cartoon versions of Anthrax’s Scott Ian and Suicidal Tendencies’ Mike Muir show up in the episode, which is broken into a handful of segments. It’s hard to imagine that they’ll be able to maintain for much longer, in that there are only so many Pantera songs, unless they keep on bringing in surprise guests. That said, they promise a “next time on Cooking Hostile,” so who knows? It’s sanctioned enough by Pantera that they linked to the full episode on their Facebook page. At any rate, check it out below.
Tags: Anthrax, Cooking Hostile, Good Friends and a Bottle of Whiskey, Joey Siler, Mike Muir, Pantera, Phil Anselmo, Scott Ian, Suicidal Tendencies