PANTERA's "Walk" Played On A "Wok" Is Peak Internet
What will the internet think of next? Drummer Cameron Fleury, who you may remember as the guy who covered Metallica's "Frantic" on a trash can lid, is back to replace his snare with a wok to cover "Walk," Pantera's signature song. Because, of course!
Here are some more recent Pantera covers:
- What If PANTERA Used 9-String Guitars Tuned Down?
- Sesame Street's The Count Lip-Syncs PANTERA's "25 Years"
- Here's PANTERA Playing SLAYER's "Raining Blood" With Kerry King In 1989
- Dude Builds A Guitar Out Of A Microwave To Play PANTERA
- Watch: Horse Headbanging to PANTERA Will Make Your Day
- PANTERA's "Walk" As A Reggae Song Is Oddly Fitting
- PANTERA "Cemetery Gates" Gone Polka by STEVE 'N' SEAGULLS Works Better Than You Think!
- Vinnie Paul Cameos In PANTERA "Walk" Sock Puppet Parody
- PANTERA's “Cowboys From Hell” on Dean ML Dimebag Ukulele Sounds Super Chill
- SCOUR (PIG DESTROYER, CATTLE DECAPITATION) Covers PANTERA's "Slaughtered" Live In Texas
- Phil Anselmo's SCOUR Cover PANTERA's "Strength Beyond Strength," live at Saint Vitus Bar, Jun. 15th, 2017