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Tag Archives: Joey Siler

Like cats and grunge? Get ready for Purrl Jam

Posted by on May 19, 2016

Joey Siler could have just rested on his laurels after coming up with the relatively brilliant animated fake cooking show Cooking Hostile With Phil Anselmo. Pantera almost never gets old, and neither do Pantera-related puns. Even Anselmo himself got in on the action. He’s gone on to do other stuff though, like Kitties In Chains, which […]

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‘Cooking Hostile’ creator cares a lot about Mike Patton in new cartoon

Posted by on April 5, 2016

Even though Cooking Hostile, the cartoon that imagines Phil Anselmo as a chef, had another installment just last week, it’s understandable why, in light of current events, creator Joey Siler might want to back off a bit from his Pantera-centric partody. That might be part of the reasoning behind his newest endeavor, in which he imagines […]

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Cooking Hostile is back with a bizkit

Posted by on March 28, 2016

Phil Anselmo has been in the news lately for all the wrong reasons. And while Down might be taking a bit of a hiatus from playing live shows while Phil spends some much-needed time out of the spotlight, that doesn’t mean that his fake-animated cooking show, Cooking Hostile, needs to. The Joey Siler-created show is back […]

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Cooking Hostile director returns with Lamb of God Halloween party

Posted by on October 19, 2015

Joey Siler continues his run as the Weird Al of metal parodies. After having cut his teeth with a handful of Pantera parodies as “Cooking Hostile,” he’s moved on to other bands, having done stuff with Korn, Alice In Chains, and his own “becoming black metal” series, he’s now set his sights on another band, […]

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Becoming Black Metal 2: 2 Black 2 Furious

Posted by on August 7, 2015

Joey Siler, who you might remember as the guy behing Cooking Hostile with Phil Anselmo, has continued to make metal cartoons for the YouTube generation. In addition to cartoons like “Secret Metal Mysteries,” which purported to show how Korn got their name, he’s also done standalone stuff like “Kitties in Chains.” We liked his “Becoming […]

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This is all you need to know about Becoming Black Metal

Posted by on June 30, 2015

We’ve got to give Joey Siler credit. He’s not just resting on his laurels from Cooking Hostile with Phil Anselmo. He’s played around with other metal conventions, like the origin of Korn’s name and a feline version of Alice in Chains. Now he’s teaching you how to become black metal. It’s a little South Park-y, following […]

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Find out how Korn got their name, fictionally

Posted by on April 22, 2015

Like a junior Brendon Small, Joey Siler has been a go-to guy for animated metal. His “Cooking Hostile” series was enough to get Phil Anselmo himself involved, and he’s been creating other clips as well. Last month gave us Kitties In Chains, and now it looks like he has a whole new idea, Secret Metal […]

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Cooking Hostile creator returns with Kitties In Chains

Posted by on March 24, 2015

Did you enjoy Cooking Hostile With Phil Anselmo? We did. The Joey Siler-created cartoon was funny, goofy and didn’t overstay its welcome. By the last installment, even Anselmo himself joined in on the fun. Siler is back with an Alice In Chains parody of “Man in the Box.” The band is called Kitties In Chains, and […]

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‘Cooking Hostile’ creator back with ‘Six Going South’

Posted by on January 6, 2015

For the past year and a half, Cooking Hostile has been a fun diversion for fans of metal and animation. The series found new and creative ways to make food-related Pantera puns, involved other bands as well, and was funny enough to actually get Phil Anselmo himself involved. The show was a bit off kilter, but never […]

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Now there’s a full episode of “Cooking Hostile with Phil Anselmo”

Posted by on October 25, 2013

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 […]

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