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Headbanger's Kitchen Splits With Enter Guerilla Films

Headbanger's Kitchen has issued the following announcement about parting ways with Enter Guerilla films:

"It's been almost a year since we launched Headbanger's Kitchen on youtube and the journey has been fantastic and one that would not have been possible without the vision and resources of Srinivas Sunderrajan and Enter Guerilla films. I am indebted to them for not only bringing this idea of mine to life but taking it way beyond my imagination and expectations. Their work has been nothing short of world class but unfortunately episode 8 is going to be the last of our journey together.

"At this point I'm not sure what the future holds for Headbanger's Kitchen, moments like this leave very little room for positivity but I've rarely given up on things I do and I feel that I'm unlikely to stop here as well. I'm obviously going to hope to find the right production house or team to work with because the standard of work is high and I aim to keep it at that, but I'm beyond the point where I can do it myself so if anyone has the skills and the interest, I'm listening. So till I can get this project back on it's feet, keep watching, keep sharing and keep cooking."

Episode 7 of Headbanger's Kitchen, titled "Modern Ma-Quiche," is currently online at this location.

EG Films also issued the following statement: "After an eventful year of producing 'Headbangers Kitchen', which saw 8 episodes featuring various 'demonic dishes' and bands (both national and international), we at Enter Guerrilla Films regret to say that we won't be able to continue the partnership. This decision has been made keeping in mind the ever changing media industry and the workload/pressure that an independent house like ours has to fulfill.

"We have already 'parceled' the good memories of the awesome fun and the crazy tasting sessions and interactions with various guests during the whole process. We are thankful to Sahil Makhija aka The Demonstealer for giving us a chance to 'collaborate' on this unique idea and we wish him all the success and positivity for the years to come! Also to all the fans of HK and EG - keep those taste buds alive! Cheers and stay indie! :)"

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