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Metal Grasshopper finds Phil and Dave in therapy

Posted by on December 16, 2014

The fifth installment of the Dave Hill and Phil Anselmo web series, Metal Grasshopper, has debuted over at Metal Injecttion, and this time, there’s therapy. Dr. Joe Randazzo has the two in couples therapy, spouting off a handful of Pantera puns. You can tell just from the title of the episode, “Vulgar Display of Feelings,” that there […]

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Phil Anselmo still trying to metal up Dave Hill in ‘Metal Grasshopper’

Posted by on November 18, 2014

We’re now four episodes in to Metal Grasshopper, the web series running on Metal Injection, in which Philip H. Anselmo attempts to make a metalhead out of Dave Hill, and things are picking up. Just the title of the episode, “Unscared,” should be enough to make any Pantera fan at least smile. In fact, the “corpse […]

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Phil Anselmo still trying to transform Dave Hill in 2nd Metal Grasshopper episode

Posted by on October 22, 2014

Last week, the first episode of Metal Grasshopper, the web series with Philip H. Anselmo and comedian Dave Hill debuted online. It was basically a setup episode in which Hill begged Anselmo to school him in the ways of metal. In this episode, “The Awakening,” there’s a breakfast meeting between the two, in which it’s […]

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Watch Phil Anselmo show off his comic chops with Metal Grasshopper

Posted by on October 14, 2014

We’ve known for a while that Phil Anselmo and comedian Dave Hill were working on a web series called Metal Grasshopper. The series follows a metalhead that’s looking to be schooled in the ways of metal. Metal Injection has the premiere of the first episode, “Origins,” which describes how the two first met. It’s, well, moderately […]

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Philip Anselmo, Dave Hill cover The Smiths

Posted by on July 28, 2014

This is one of the oddest things we’ve seen in a while. You would expect Philip Anselmo to be the kind of guy that would beat up anyone in high school that liked The Smiths, but in New Orleans, he teamed up with comedian/musician Dave Hill for a cover of the  band’s “Please Please Please, […]

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