Philip Anselmo has played in many different types of bands over the years, from the groovy Pantera and the sludgy Down to the black-metal Scour and the goth-rock En Minor. Interestingly, the man has never fronted a straight-up death metal group, but as his vocal performance during a 2001 Morbid Angel show attests, he absolutely should.
As the above YouTube video captures, Anselmo strutted out onstage so that the Florida death metal greats could harness his powers for their song "Day of Suffering," a short and sweet blast from their 1991 opus, Blessed Are the Sick. The bands were playing together for a string of dates during Pantera's fateful final year of touring, and whether it was Morbid Angel who wanted to tap Anselmo or Anselmo who wanted to rip a track with Morbid Angel, the gang had a natural chemistry while the Cowboy From Hell gripped the mic and let forth the most beastly, gargly, beautifully disgusting low growl he's ever produced.
If you want to see Anselmo sound heavier than he ever has, watch above via YouTube.