Put on the opening track on Pantera's breakthrough album and it'll take all of maybe ten seconds to realize what makes it so legendary in the metal world. From the quick harmonic screech that settles into a motorcycle idle of guitar, followed by a riff that makes your fists involuntarily close and squeeze, to the first drum and bass assault that joins it, Cowboys from Hell is an absolute monster of a song. It's everything metal is supposed to be: corrosive, propulsive, aggressive, utterly cathartic. At the time, it was an introduction to Pantera that was undeniable, a flag plunged into the ground like a knife saying, "Here we fucking are. The whole CfH album was like an extended release of pure, glorious rage, and central to all of it was the feral growl and blood-curdling scream of Pantera vocalist Phil Anselmo.
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Scott vs. Phil Anselmo
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Philip Hansen Anselmo  born June 30,  is an American heavy metal musician best known as the vocalist for Pantera , Down , and Superjoint Ritual , amongst other musical projects. He is the owner of Housecore Records. Anselmo is regarded as one of the greatest frontmen in metal history,     known for being particularly animated and donning a machismo attitude that became emblematic of the general theme of Pantera. Earlier in his career with the band, Anselmo took considerable inspiration from heavy metal vocalists such as Rob Halford , singing in full head voice.